# Measuring Angles GAME: Using a Protractor: 4th Grade 4.MD.C.6

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Measure that angle! That's what students will be doing in this game. All angles are measured to a multiple of 5. This 4th grade math game will help reinforce the Common Core Standard 4.MD.C.6. In this game, students use a protractor to measure the angle for the space they land on.

What is included in this math game pack? There is a black and white game board titled "How many degrees?". There is an angle measurement board that has angles students will measure using a protractor. The game board includes a fun patterned background and clip art. An answer key is provided for teammates to check answers.

How does the angle game work? Students will roll, solve, and then go. On a student's turn, they will roll the dice one time. They will then move that many spaces. Students will land on a space that has a letter. They will match that letter to the matching angle on the angle measurement board. They will then use a protractor to measure the angle. They will share their answer with their teammates. If they get it right, they get to move ahead one more space. If they miss it, they move back 2 spaces. The first one to the end wins the game.

What materials do you need to play the game? You will need a dice, game markers, the included game board, the angle measurement board, the answer key, and a protractor.

What are some of the angles include on the board? They are all multiples of 5.

• 5 degrees
• 40 degrees
• 15 degrees
• 120 degrees

How many kids can play? You will need at least 2 players. I typically don't have more than 4 play one of my games, but you can use a number that works best for your class.

What prep does the game take? I created this angles game with easy prep in mind. It prints in black and white. There are 3 pages needed for the game. You can laminate the pages, but I do not. There isn't any cutting involved. This measuring angles game is pretty much print and go.

How can I use this math game in my classroom? This angles game will work perfectly for math workshop. It can be used as a center activity as you work it into your math rotations, for a Friday game day, or even for early finishers. It's also perfect to use for review before a unit test or even pull it out before state testing as a test prep activity toward the end of the year. Use this game in your classroom however you would like. Sometimes I send the game home for a homework assignment, and in this case they get to play with a parent. :-)

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**Please, ... if you are unsure about anything with the game or you have questions, I would appreciate if you send me a message before purchasing. I want you to be happy with the activity. :-) Thank you.**

Also, if you ever see that I made a mistake or an error on the answer key, please allow me a chance to get it corrected for you. I can usually do so very quickly. I have two sets of eyes look at everything, but we might miss something here or there. Not much, but it can happen. Thank you ahead of time! It is greatly appreciated. Just send me a message on my Q and A, and I will get it taken care of.

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For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.

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