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Angles

A good introduction to angles. Suitable for 7 - 11yrs. What is an angle? How do we measure angles? Types of angles - right angle, acute, obtuse and reflex
mark harland
Functional Maths Level 2 Part 6

Functional Maths Level 2 Part 6

Six worksheets with mixed word problems on a variety of real life problems involving measuring capacity, volume, angles and distances. Draw probability spinners, design a box, investigate paper sizes, saving water, compare volumes of storage boxes and see how to fit small boxes efficiently into a large carton Illustrated with adult characters and includes written model answers. For more functional maths resources visit http://www.skillsheets.co.uk/FunctionalSkillsheets.co.uk For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Angles Matching

Angles Matching

This takes students through simple angles properties (straight line, triangle, full turn etc) to parallel lines to angle properties of polygons and finally to circle theorems. These are not designed to fill a lesson with practice but as starters or plenaries which lead to discussion. The matchings reassure students that their answer is correct or that they may need to check their answers carefully; I have found that the "spare" question is checked far more carefully than with an exercise from a text book.
alutwyche
Maths Holiday Revision (Sample)

Maths Holiday Revision (Sample)

I created these worksheets for holiday revision. They are designed to sharpen skills and revise topics learnt so far this year. These activities should challenge students at home during a long holiday! There are 12 worksheets includes: -Reading numbers -Ordering numbers -Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 ,1000 -Data Handling ( Line graphs, Pie chart and Bar charts) - Area and Perimeter -Converting Measurements -Types of Angles Plus Answers key for you! Suitable to be used as homework revision, assessment sheets or worksheets in classroom. If you interested in these resources please click on our shop or copy and paste this link https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-holiday-revision-11794804
richardflook9
Maths Holiday Revision

Maths Holiday Revision

I created these worksheets for holiday revision. They are designed to sharpen skills and revise topics learnt so far this year. These activities should challenge students at home during a long holiday! There are 12 worksheets that cover: -Reading numbers -Ordering numbers -Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 ,1000 -Data Handling ( Line graphs, Pie chart and Bar charts) - Area and Perimeter -Converting Measurements -Types of Angles Plus Answers key for you! Suitable to be used as homework revision, assessment sheets or worksheets in classroom copy and paste this link below to print out these worksheets in details. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-holiday-revision-sample-11794815
richardflook9
Angles in polygons Investigation

Angles in polygons Investigation

Task which quides pupils to find what interior angles in different polygons add up to. Created for year 9 foundation classes but can easily be used with all pupils. Ideally to be used before introducing the sum formula, this activity will help pupils spot the pattern.
FawziyahR
Missing angle cartoons

Missing angle cartoons

Two activities finding missing angles, one using rules for parallel lines and the other using circle theorems. The intention is that pupils are presented with step-by-step solutions in the form of a cartoon strip, and have to identify the rule used to do each step of the solution.
danwalker
Y5 Shape & Angles Free Taster

Y5 Shape & Angles Free Taster

LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations. LO: To measure angles in degrees. To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). This is a free taster of https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/geometry-properties-of-shapes-and-angles-y5-35-pages-of-differentiated-challenges-inc-mastery-11790310 which contains 35+ pages of differentiated challenges plus flip cards plus all the answers and covers all the Y5 shape objectives.
TES222
Geometry Properties of Shapes and Angles Y5.  35 pages of differentiated challenges inc. mastery.

Geometry Properties of Shapes and Angles Y5. 35 pages of differentiated challenges inc. mastery.

LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations. LO: To know angles are measured in degrees: estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles. LO: To name 2D-shapes and use conventional markings for parallel lines and right angles. LO: To measure angles in degrees. To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). LO To draw given angles, and measure them in degrees. LO: To identify angles at a point and one whole turn (total 360 degrees), angles at a point on a straight line and ½ a turn (total 180 degrees), other multiples of 90 degrees. LO: To use the properties of rectangles to find missing lengths and angles. LO To use reasoning to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons. 1. Revealing Shapes - LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers. 2. How many cubes? - To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers. 3. Front Side Top 3D Shapes - To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers. 4. Estimate Angles 18 Flip Cards - To know angles are measured in degrees: estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles. These cards show angles to estimate and have the answers on the back. They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work. Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card. 6. Parallel & Right Angles - LO: To name 2D-shapes and use conventional markings for parallel lines and right angles. 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 7. Robot Angles - LO: To measure angles in degrees (o). To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 8. Angle Islands - LO To draw given angles, and measure them in degrees. 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 9. Angle Challenges - LO: To identify angles at a point and one whole turn (total 360 degrees), angles at a point on a straight line and ½ a turn (total 180 degrees), other multiples of 90 degrees. 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 10. Rectangle Puzzles - differentiated challenges. 3 levels of challenge with answers. LO: To use the properties of rectangles to find missing lengths and angles. 11. Regular, irregular mastery. Reasoning challenges differentiated 3 levels with answers. LO To use reasoning to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons.
TES222
Angles- Year 4/5- OBSERVATION

Angles- Year 4/5- OBSERVATION

**OBSERVATION LESSON** A co-worker of mine asked would I plan a lesson observation with them on angles. A few years ago, I taught a similar lesson for an observation. Basically, this resource contains: A clear, detailed and differentiated lesson plan A simple but colourful powerpoint to use as a guideline 3 activities differentiated into high, middle and low Angle creators with arrows (just print, laminate and secure with a split pin). This lesson aims to engage a variety of learners. By using the angle creator, visual and kinesthetic learners can practically make the different types of angles that are being taught in this lesson. (Acute, obtuse, reflex, right angle, straight line angle) HA are extended by asking children to label the angles found in 2D shapes and how to measure them by using a protractor. The plenary asks children to spot angles in the clock face. A really enjoyable lesson. Please review.
Morrisr9
Who has stolen the World Cup? Maths 'Whodunnit' differentiated 2 ways with answers.

Who has stolen the World Cup? Maths 'Whodunnit' differentiated 2 ways with answers.

Contained in this resource is a maths 'Whodunnit' activity. This resource involves pupils in finding out which one of the eight former World Cup winning captains has stolen the World Cup Trophy, by working out maths clues and eliminating the suspects. This activity could be collaborative or individual and is guaranteed good fun! This has been differentiated two ways and contains questions on direction using 8 points of the compass, basic calculation and the working out missing angles in a triangle. There are also some much more challenging BIDMAS type questions in the Higher Ability version. If you liked this resource there are two other ones available for download...Who stole Christmas, and Who stole Rudolph's Red Nose Whodunnits! If you've downloaded this resource please rate it and provide feedback - all views welcomed. Thanks
rich4ruth