This is a short practice/review of measuring angles with a protractor. The protractor is printed on the page, so an actual protractor is not needed. Measuring with a protractor is a part of Common Core and the Oklahoma Academic Standards for 4th grade. Hopefully this will be helpful and can also be an easy assessment. This is a small unit with very simple and easy to use protractors that consists of worksheets, pages that can be used to match, and a page for them to make their own protractor. Two of the pages are the cover page and credits, 2 pages with angles on the protractors for the students to write the measurements, 2 pages with measurements for the students to draw the angles to match the measurements, 2 pages for the students to write their own measurements and draw the angles to match, 2 pages are keys for the first 2 pages, and 1 page with a protractor that could be printed on cardstock and laminated. The students can make their own protractor using paper fasteners to attach the lines (different sizes included) to create their own angles. There are 2 pages each of 8 protractors with angles, measurements, and types of angles (obtuse, acute, right, straight). These can be printed on cardstock or construction paper and cut apart to match angles to measurements and types of angles to practice in small groups, centers, playing a game, etc. I hope this is helpful. Have a great year.