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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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Geometry 6
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Geometry 6
Fourth graders will discover the building blocks of geometry in this unit: points, lines, line segments and rays. Students will explore the properties of different shapes, including symmetry, parallel and perpendicular lines, and 900 angles. Students will apply their understanding as they learn to sort shapes based on these properties.
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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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Parallel Lines Cut By A Transversal
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Parallel Lines Cut By A Transversal
In this eighth-grade geometry worksheet, students learn about parallel lines cut by transversals and practice identifying different types of angle pairs using given diagrams.
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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 studentsâ€™ grasp of key fourth grade geometry concepts.
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It's a Maze of Hexagons!
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It's a Maze of Hexagons!
Students practice identifying prime numbers, regular polygons, and irregular polygons!
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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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Classifying Angles
Exercise
Classifying Angles
Students will become experts at classifying angles after this exercise teaches them the various types.
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Transversals of Parallel Lines
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Transversals of Parallel Lines
Help students hone their knowledge of different angles with this eighth-grade geometry worksheet about parallel lines cut by a transversal.
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Angle Relationships Handout
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Angle Relationships Handout
Use this one-page geometry handout to help students determine angle relationships with confidence and ease!
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Identifying Angles
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Identifying Angles
In this third grade geometry worksheet, your child will practice identifying right, acute, and obtuse angles.
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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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Transversals of Parallel Lines: Angle Relationships
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Transversals of Parallel Lines: Angle Relationships
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Angle Relationships Guided Notes
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Angle Relationships Guided Notes
Use this one-page guided notes template to help learners cement their understanding of angle relationships!
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Glossary: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
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Glossary: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Geometry Vocabulary: Lines.
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Types of Angles
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Types of Angles
Looking for a worksheet to help practice basic geometry? This printable works with identifying different types of angles.
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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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Drawing Angles
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Drawing Angles
Help your fourth graders take their understanding of angles and lines to the next level with this creative geometry challenge! Students will have fun drawing various types of shapes based on written descriptions and your students' knowledge of 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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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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Glossary: Describing Angles
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Glossary: Describing Angles
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Describing Angles.
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### Search Classifying Angle Educational Resources

Angles might not be all right, but these resources on classifying angles will make them alright for students! Worksheets introduce the concepts of right, acute, and obtuse angles, and provide students with practice classifying angles. Lesson plans include hands-on activities to help students improve their geometry skills in a fun way. For more angle exercises, review our measuring angles resources.
When students are first introduced to geometry, theyâ€™ll realize they see angles everywhere. Whenever two lines meet, they form an angle. Angles are present in all two-dimensional and three dimensional shapes whenever two sides or edges meet. Depending on their measurement, they can also be categorized.
And angle is comprised of three pieces; two lines and a vertex where the lines meet. Because the angle is viewed as and measured as an arc, the unit we use for measuring an angle is a degree. A full rotation would be 360 degrees. Angles fall into at least one of five main categories:
• Straight Angles - Straight angles are those where the two lines are parallel and could constitute a single line. The measure of a straight angle is always 180 degrees and would perfectly bisect the full circle of the arc.
• Right Angles - A right angle occurs when the two lines that constitute the angle are perpendicular to each other. This results in a 90 degree angle that would represent one quarter of the full arc.
• Obtuse Angles - Obtuse angles are any angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees.
• Acute Angles - When an angleâ€™s measure is less than 90 degrees, it is called an acute angle.
• Reflex Angles - When an angle is larger than 180 degrees but still less than a full 360 degree rotation, it is called a reflex angle.

Working with students on measuring and categorizing angles using the resources provided by Education.com above may help them not only understand angles but also give them a greater geometrical sense overall.