This drawing angles board game requires no preparation. Just print, and add one coin, a protractor, and a couple of playing pieces and you are ready to use it right away. In this game students toss a coin and move either 1 or 3 spaces based on whether they got heads or tails. They look at the angle measurement on the space where they land and use a protractor to draw an angle of that size. The other players check the answer using a protractor. If they are right they stay on the space. If they are wrong they must move back to where they last tossed the coin from. The first to reach the "You Win" square in the bottom corner is the winner. This is a great way for students to practice drawing angles with no extra work for you. This game goes with the fourth grade common core objective 4.MD.C.6.