This is a set of 32 task cards designed to give students practice reading a protractor. I made these to use with my above-level fifth grade math students who were having a specific problem reading the protractor. Whenever the angle fell exactly between two numbers they were unable to determine the angle. Kids were often writing 45 degrees for a 55-degree angle. They could not tell which side of the decade marker the ray fell on.
I created a set of cards that primarily include these type of angles-- multiples of 5, facing both to the left and to the right, including both acute and obtuse angles. I also created a set of 4 challenge cards where the angle is not lined up with the base of the protractor.
These cards do not include practice with angles that measure to the nearest degree (there are no 63-degree angles). They are solely on the 5's and 10's- mainly the 5's.
This is a 10-page pdf file that includes 8 pages of task cards (4 per page), a page for students to record their answers, and an answer key.