# Angle Resources

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What's the Angle?
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What's the Angle?
Once students understand angle basics, challenge them to find missing angles in this exercise!
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Classifying Angles
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Classifying Angles
Students will become experts at classifying angles after this exercise teaches them the various types.
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Shape Review: Line Segments, Symmetry, and More
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Shape Review: Line Segments, Symmetry, and More
Review second grade geometry concepts from two- and three-dimensional shapes to symmetry with this helpful shape study guide.
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Basic Geometry: Anatomy of an Angle
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Basic Geometry: Anatomy of an Angle
Learn some basic geometry with this worksheet all about the angle.
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Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 6
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Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 6
This Week 6 fourth grade independent study packet provides students a variety of remote learning opportunities.
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Geometry and Measurement
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Geometry and Measurement
This workbook will challenge your fourth grader with math formulas, shapes practice and angle activities. Kids will also learn how to find areas and perimeters, classify triangles and calculate time.
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Solving Problems Using Angle Relationships
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Solving Problems Using Angle Relationships
Practice solving problems using angle relationships with this seventh-grade geometry worksheet!
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Spy Math
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Spy Math
This book is all about logic puzzles, challenging kids to crack codes and determine answers by process of elimination and by observing clues. It exercises skills like reading, planning and reasoning.
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Circus Angle Measurement
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Circus Angle Measurement
Blast off! Kids make angles between 0 and 180 degrees to send Bozo flying across the Big Top in this bizarre geometry game.
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Measurement and Data 4
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Measurement and Data 4
Representing data on graphs makes math visual and involves some creativity and design. Plotting data using fractional units takes their learning one step further. Also in this unit, students learn to measure using both traditional units (like inches, feet and yards) and metric units, and how to convert measurements within each system. The concept of measurement gets two dimensional when students explore measuring and working with angles.
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How well do you know your angles? Let's find out! Use this geometry resource to help your students identify and differentiate between important angles such as acute, obtuse, straight, and right angles.
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2-D and 3-D Shapes
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2-D and 3-D Shapes
Build a solid geometry foundation with these hands-on shapes. Kids can practice identifying attributes of 2-D and 3-D shapes, then put their knowledge to the test by drawing and making 3-D shapes.
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Measuring Angles
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Measuring Angles
Put that protractor to good use! In this geometry worksheet your student will practice measuring each of these angles using a protractor.
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Geometry: Name That Angle!
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Geometry: Name That Angle!
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet practice identifying right angles, acute angles, and obtuse angles.
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Workbook
Whether by sea or by land, kids will sharpen 5th grade geometry skills in a fun way with this workbook.
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Math Review Part 3: Geometry Galore!
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Math Review Part 3: Geometry Galore!
Use this year-end assessment to check students’ grasp of key fourth grade geometry concepts.
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Fifth Grade Fall Review Packet - Week 4
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Fifth Grade Fall Review Packet - Week 4
This final installment of our Fifth Grade Fall Review Packet offers five more days of fun and diverse learning activities to prepare children to enter fifth grade with confidence.
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Measure and Classify Angles
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Measure and Classify Angles
Students get to practice measuring angles using built-in protractors in this fun geometry activity! After measuring, they'll put their angle knowledge to the test by classifying each angle as acute, obtuse, right, or straight.
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Right Angles Geometry
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Right Angles Geometry
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Tri-Angles
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Tri-Angles
Find the missing angle in a triangle using addition and subtraction.
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Angle Measurement: Circus Edition
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Angle Measurement: Circus Edition
Geronimo! Kids send clowns across the tent by making angles in this silly circus-themed math game.
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Protractor Practice
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Protractor Practice
Help students learn how to use a protractor.
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Shapes From Every Angle
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Shapes From Every Angle
Get in shape for geometry! From 2D to 3D, polygons to prisms, your child will soon be a shape master. After a review of important terms and concepts, he will practice identifying real world shapes.
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Identifying Complementary, Supplementary, Vertical, and Adjacent Angles
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Identifying Complementary, Supplementary, Vertical, and Adjacent Angles
Deepen students' understanding of complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles with this seventh-grade geometry worksheet!
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2-D Shapes: Fill in the Table
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2-D Shapes: Fill in the Table
Is your child in need of a geometry review? This worksheet covers the basic 2-D shapes, from circles and triangles to pentagons and hexagons.
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### Angle Resources

Angles are an important concept in geometry and are used when working with shapes like circles and triangles. Once your child has mastered using angles, they are ready to start moving on to a higher level math subject, such as algebra. Help your student learn how to work with angles by looking at our different resources, or if your child is ready to move ahead, see how angles are used in triangles.

### A Guide to Angles

Angles are used to measure how far something has turned. Below is a guide for getting started with angles.

Parts of an Angle
An angle is made up of two lines called arms. These arms are connected at one end to form a point called the vertex. The angle is then defined to be the amount of turn between each arm.

Types of Angles
Different angles have different names depending on their angle:
• Acute: an angle that is less than 90 degrees
• Right: an angle that is exactly 90 degrees
• Obtuse: an angle that is greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
• Straight: an angle that is exactly 180 degrees
• Reflex: and angle that is greater than 180 degrees
When working with angles, there is also a difference between a positive and negative angle. A positive angle rotates counterclockwise, while a negative angle rotates clockwise.

In more complex math classes, students begin to learn how to determine if angles are congruent, or equal, and how to use angles in math classes like algebra and calculus. To help your student start their journey through angles, check the resources on this page, or move over to our geometry page to learn more about how angles are used in shapes.