In geometry, an angle is formed when two lines meet. Use this resource with your students to enhance their understanding of angles in polygons. Students will seek to identify and differentiate between right angles and other angles across various shapes.
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.
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.
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.
Angles come in all kinds of shapes and sizes—can you spot them all? Use this resource with your students to practice finding all the angles in 2-D shapes. Your students will then be challenged to identify right angles in two-dimensional shapes.
Angles, angles everywhere! Help students learn to recognize and count angles with this fun worksheet. By looking closely at the various shapes, students will gain practice classifying and sorting shapes based on how many angles they can identify.