Students are given several pictures of multiple angles shown on protractors, and clues that would direct them to each one. Students will cut each row apart (keep the protractor picture attached to the clues for the next piece) and will glue each piece onto either manilla or construction paper as they complete the activity. Students will begin with the first piece, read the clues given and use those to find the next piece to glue down. Students have finished the activity when all pieces have been used and they arrive at the last piece that says all connections have been found.
This activity could be used as a partner activity, small group lesson, independent practice, assessment, homework, or reteach.
The file you will download is a legal-sized document to allow the pictures to be larger for students. However, you can also chose to print this on letter-sized paper instead, and the activity will just show a little smaller. If you have any problems when attempting to do this, simply contact me and I can reconfigure the document and email it to you to print more easily.
An answer key is included with this activity for you to be able to quickly check to see if students are mastering the activity or not.
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