These Lines and Angles Anchor Charts are made for the 4th Grade Geometry and Measurement standards. The six hands-on lines and angles activities to go with them are meant to help students practice the skills and concepts in tactile and creative ways! These lines and angles resources can be put into interactive notebooks, used as handouts, or used as digital activities and supplements to your lines and angles lessons.
There are six versions of each anchor chart (three in color and three black/white):
- finished charts to project as posters or use for reference
- anchor charts with a few areas to fill in as you teach and students learn
- anchor charts with a lot of areas to fill in as you teach and students learn
The six activities are:
- Find and Match the lines to their names
- Sort the Lines into parallel lines, perpendicular lines, intersecting lines
- Angle Scavenger Hunt
- Measure the Angles with a Protractor
- Shape Riddles
- Name Project
The activities and anchor charts are both printable AND digital! You get the link to make a copy of the Google Slides document in the PDF download! So whether you are a paperless classroom, or you are distance learning, you will have what you need to teach this unit!
I hope these lines and angles anchor charts help you as you teach and your students learn these concepts. And that the lines and angles activities help your students practice and fully grasp what they learn! If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
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