Engage 4th grade students with this fun, interactive measuringt game. In this clecik and go powerpoint game, students measuring different angles to the nearest 5 degrees. The measurment range from 0 to 180 degrees. No protractor? No problem!
A clickable protractor appears for the PC and Mac version. A moveable protractor is available for google slides.
There are 40 questions in all.Great for a whole class review or geometry center activity. Great for individual practice on the iPad or tablet! Extra licenses are $0.75.
✔ 2 PPT Games and 1 link (1 PC and 1 Mac; Link to Google Slides)
✔ 40 Questions
✔ Works great on Smartboard, Activboard, Whiteboard, and Promethean Boards
✔ Works on tablets and iPads
✔ Answer Range 0 to 180 degrees
✔ Printable Answer Key
✔ Common Core aligned - 4.MD.6
✔ 40-45 Slides per game
✔ Mac-iPad Version included!
✔ Google Slides version included! (In the form of a link)
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*****IN ORDER FOR THE BUTTONS AND IMAGES TO SHOW UP, THE GAME MUST BE PLAYED IN SLIDESHOW MODE IN MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
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