In this activity students have to solve angle problems and specify each angle fact that they used in a grid. They then compare their methods to those used by their partner - the idea is to generate class discussion about alternative methods.

Year 4
Stage 2
Mathematics
Measurement, Geometry, Angles
A variety of learning activities
4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum
Syllabus content focus: MA2 16MG identifies, describes, compares and classifies angles
Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Mathematics Program

A variety of learning activities / A single worksheet / Suitable for assessment, test, quiz
Year 4
Mathematics: Reading, Drawing and Interpreting Angles
Year 4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum
› Syllabus content focus
› MA2 1WM uses appropriate terminology to describe, and symbols to represent, mathematical ideas
› MA2 2WM selects and uses appropriate mental or written strategies, or technology, to solve problems
› MA2 3WM checks the accuracy of a statement and explains the reasoning used
MA2 16MG identifies, describes, compares and classifies angles
Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Math Program

A spreadsheet that allows you to select the trigonometric function that you need (cell F1), and then a graph is automatically generated to show you the value of theta compared to the trig approximation, also calculating % error

Comparing Decimals: These comparing decimals cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with comparing decimals. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total of 16 problems. Answers are provided for each problem.
*** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***
♦ Grades 1-3:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Grades 3-5:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Grades 6-8:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms
♦ Algebra:
Absolute Value
Combining Like Terms
Distributive Property
Equations
Evaluating Expressions
Inequalities
Linear Equations
Polynomials
Proportions
Quadratic Equations
Scientific Notation
Simplifying Expressions
Slope
System of Equations
Two Step & Multi Step Equations
Writing Expressions

Year 4
Stage 2
Mathematics
Geometry
Angles
Identify, Measure, Classify angles
4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum
Syllabus content focus
MA2 16MG identifies, describes, compares and classifies angles
Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Mathematics Program

Year 4
Stage 2
Mathematics
Geometry
Angles: Identifying & Measuring Angles
A variety of learning activities
4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum
Syllabus content focus:
MA2 16MG identifies, describes, compares and classifies angles
Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Mathematics Program

Good for a challenge/extension being more open ended. Children write some similarities and differences about two triangles. Both are equilateral triangles but one has a different orientation and is smaller. Mention properties of shape like number of sides, corners, lengths of sides, position/orientation/ rotation, they are 'similar' (same angles and proportion), type of triangle, both triangles, both regular, enlargement, different areas and perimeters etc. The properties focused on can be adapted for the year.

A variety of learning activities / A single worksheet / Suitable for assessment, test, quiz
Year 4
Mathematics: Reading, Drawing and Interpreting Angles
Year 4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum
› Syllabus content focus
› MA2 1WM uses appropriate terminology to describe, and symbols to represent, mathematical ideas
› MA2 2WM selects and uses appropriate mental or written strategies, or technology, to solve problems
› MA2 3WM checks the accuracy of a statement and explains the reasoning used
MA2 16MG identifies, describes, compares and classifies angles
Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Math Program

A variety of learning activities / A single worksheet / Suitable for assessment, test, quiz
Year 4
Mathematics: Reading, Drawing and Interpreting Angles
Year 4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum
› Syllabus content focus
› MA2 1WM uses appropriate terminology to describe, and symbols to represent, mathematical ideas
› MA2 2WM selects and uses appropriate mental or written strategies, or technology, to solve problems
› MA2 3WM checks the accuracy of a statement and explains the reasoning used
MA2 16MG identifies, describes, compares and classifies angles
Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Math Program

Missing Angles: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice geometry through angles.
Students must calculate the value of an angle given the different types of angles:
Complementary, Adjacent, Vertical, or Linear.
Answers are provided for each problem.
Do a search for my other Math Task Cards:
♦ Ages 6-9:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Ages 9-11:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Ages 11-14:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms

Geometrical Reasoning - Stage 4
Key Stage: 4 ★★★
Three shapes are placed inside right angled triangles. Which of the figures has the greatest area?
This problem brings together ideas of areas of circles and squares, the use of Pythagoras theorem and the property of tangents to a circle from an exernal point.
This resource has comprehensive teachers' notes and resources, linked from the problem page. This includes possible approaches and key questions, as well as possible support and extensions.
The file attached is a HTML file, which, when opened, automatically redirects you to the problem on the NRICH website.

Comparing Fractions: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with comparing fractions. An answer key is provided.
Do a search for my other Math Task Cards:
♦ Ages 6-9:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Ages 9-11:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Ages 11-14:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms

Comparing Decimals: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with comparing decimals. An answer key is provided.
Do a search for my other Math Task Cards:
♦ Ages 6-9:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Ages 9-11:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Ages 11-14:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms

Comparing Fractions: These comparing Fractions cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with comparing fractions. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total of 16 problems. Answers are provided for each problem.
*** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***
♦ Grades 1-3:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Grades 3-5:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Grades 6-8:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms
♦ Algebra:
Absolute Value
Combining Like Terms
Distributive Property
Equations
Evaluating Expressions
Inequalities
Linear Equations
Polynomials
Proportions
Quadratic Equations
Scientific Notation
Simplifying Expressions
Slope
System of Equations
Two Step & Multi Step Equations
Writing Expressions

This is a complete lesson on ‘Comparing Pie Charts’ that is suitable for GCSE Higher & Foundation and KS3 students. The lesson is designed for the new GCSE specification.
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support and extension activities.

Included: Presentation / Worksheets / Answers / Activity / Mastery & Extension Cards / Display & Resource Cards
The packs provide a concrete, pictorial,abstract (CPA) approach helps pupils to develop a deep understanding of maths as part of mastery learning all designed for the 2014 curriculum that can be differentiated as detailed below:
PowerPoint presentation:
Included is a PowerPoint (32 slides) which can be used to teach the objective. It includes explanations using mathematical terminology, examples, activities and tasks for the whole class to get involved. There are notes included in the PowerPoint that provide guidance and ideas for teachers to provide greater depth and mastery in Maths.
Worksheets (along with an answer pack):
• Worksheet 1 – Angle type classification – Fill in the grid
• Worksheets 2+3 – Angle type classification
• Worksheet 4 – Angle type test style questions (including ordering)
• Worksheet 5 – Cut and stick angles to correct angle type (acute, obtuse, right angle)
• Worksheet 6 – Cut and stick angles to correct angle type (straight line, reflex, full turn)
• Worksheet 7 – Paired activity -Cut and stick angles to correct angle type (acute, obtuse, right angle)
• Worksheet 8 – Paired activity - Cut and stick angles to correct angle type (straight line, reflex, full turn)
• Worksheet 9 - Cut and stick polygons to correct angle type
• Worksheet 10 – Draw the angle type given
• Worksheet 11 – Classify and draw angles in an array
• Worksheet 12 – Count the angle types in a polygon
• Worksheets 13+14 – Colour the angle types in shapes
• Worksheet 15 – Estimate the angle (multiple choice)
• Worksheets 16+17 - Estimate the angles
Activity
• Spinning angles
Mastery + Extension Cards:
• Partner activities
• True or False activities with reasoning
• Sorting activities
• Work it out problem solving activities
• Spot the mistake with reasoning activities
Concrete Resources - Resource Cards:
• 0-9 digit cards
• Angle type terminology cards
PDF format (please set print option to fit).
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LO: I can estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles. I know that angles are measured in degrees.
LO: I can draw given angles and measure them in degrees.
This resource is suitable for 1 whole lesson. May lead to session 2 depending on ability.
It includes:
1x SMART Notebook - 1x Worksheeet - 1x Answer sheet for marking
For WORKSHEET ONLY, click here
**This resource was made taking account of the National Curriculum Framework 2014 **
The SMART Notebook is for teacher input - The Notebook includes a quick starter , warm-up (multiplication wheel) and several questions based on the LO. (Please make sure you have the SMART Notebook software to use this).
For any questions: simply email unalolgan@hotmail.com
I will try to help if you have any queries.

Missing Angles: This cootie catcher is a great way for students to have fun while they practice geometry through angles. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Students must calculate the value of an angle given the different types of angles: Complementary, Adjacent, Vertical, or Linear.
Answers are provided for each problem.
*** Enjoy this Lesson? Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers: ***
♦ Grades 1-3:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Grades 3-5:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Grades 6-8:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms
♦ Algebra:
Absolute Value
Combining Like Terms
Distributive Property
Equations
Evaluating Expressions
Inequalities
Linear Equations
Polynomials
Proportions
Quadratic Equations
Scientific Notation
Simplifying Expressions
Slope
System of Equations
Two Step & Multi Step Equations
Writing Expressions

This is a complete lesson on ‘Angles in Quadrilaterals’ that is suitable for GCSE Higher & Foundation and KS3 students. The lesson is designed for the new GCSE specification.
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support and extension activities.