# Angle Resources

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Glossary: Describing Angles
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Glossary: Describing Angles
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Describing Angles.
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Angle Puzzle
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Angle Puzzle
Take to the seas for your child's next geometry lesson with this fun math sheet that's all about angles.
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Vocabulary Cards: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines
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Vocabulary Cards: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
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Identifying Triangles: Right Triangles
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Identifying Triangles: Right Triangles
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Label the Angle
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Label the Angle
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Obtuse Angles
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Obtuse Angles
Introduce your child to different angles starting with an obtuse angle and see him find the obtuse angles in this worksheet.
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Shapes With Right Angles
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Shapes With Right Angles
Knowing how to identify right angles is a huge part of geometry. Help your child get to know his right angle shapes with this worksheet.
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Complementary and Supplementary Angles
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Complementary and Supplementary Angles
Get an grip on geometry with this helpful worksheet! Your student will learn the difference between complementary and supplementary angles.
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Vocabulary Cards: Describing Angles
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Vocabulary Cards: Describing Angles
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Describing Angles.
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Laser Angles
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Laser Angles
In this excerpt from an upcoming math workbook, your junior detective will make a positive ID on obtuse, acute and right angles.
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Right Angle Symbol: Label the Right Angle
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Right Angle Symbol: Label the Right Angle
On this worksheet, your third-grader will be asked to find the right angles and label them with the right angle symbol.
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Counting Right Angles
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Counting Right Angles
On this worksheet, your third-grader will be asked to circle all the right angles they can find in the picture.
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Spider Web Angles
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Spider Web Angles
Simon the spider needs a smart mathematician. His webs are forming all sorts of angles, but he can't figure out which angles are 90 degrees and which aren't.
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Treehouse Triangles #1
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Treehouse Triangles #1
These "Treehouse Triangle" worksheets break down geometric rules into easy, solvable steps.
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Angle Steering #5
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Angle Steering #5
Looking for a fun way to give your child practice with angles? Print out this geometry sheet and he'll be a pro in no time.
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Identifying Polygons
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Identifying Polygons
What makes a polygon? Get your child in gear for geometry with this shape-shifting worksheet! Color code these shapes to show which ones are polygons.
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Angle Steering #3
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Angle Steering #3
Steering a boat is harder than it looks! Can your child use her angle and geometry knowledge to steer this ship in the right direction?
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Angle Steering #4
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Angle Steering #4
Give your child practice working with angles on this fun geometry sheet. He'll add and subtract degrees as he turns the ship's steering wheel.
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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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### 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.