Complete 4 angle lessons on a SPECIAL PRICE TODAY ONLY. Very engaging and interactive lessons.
Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision.
4 Power point lesson on angles. 1 Powerpoint for each lesson.
Ideal for revision or whole lessons.
Each power point contains explanations, demonstrations, questions to assess understanding.
These lessons have been rated as Outstanding in an outstanding school that always seeks Mastery and Understanding.
It also contains challenging questions enabling rapid progress.
Has worksheets/questions incorporated in the power point and answers, print or show on the interactive whiteboard board.
Lesson 1: Straight Line and Angles around a point (22 slides)
Lesson 2: Missing angles and Vertically Opposite Angles (15 slides)
Lesson 3: Angles in a triangle. (21 slides)
Lesson 4: Angles in a triangle 2 with problem solving. (24 slides)
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Objective of this worksheet is to measure and draw angles.
Contains 5 worksheets focusing on fluency, application, problem solving, reasoning and misconceptions.
I use these sheets as starter activities to help with retention but can be used as a worksheet in class, bridging the gap or homework activity.
Sheets in pdf and powerpoint which can be adapted to your classes needs.

Worksheet objective: Solve missing angle problems involving triangles, quadrilaterals angles around a point and angles on a straight line
Contains 5 worksheets focusing on fluency, application, problem solving, reasoning and misconceptions.
I use these sheets as starter activities to help with retention but can be used as a worksheet in class, bridging the gap or homework activity.
Sheets in PDF format.

Angles Puzzles Worksheets: 5 fun Hidden Word / Spot the Mistakes Angles Puzzles (and their solutions) for angles work at KS2 (especially Year 5 and 6) and, in some cases, early KS3 (and equivalents). All puzzles are in PDF format.
Angle Types / Names / Classifying Angles (Acute, Right, Straight, Obtuse and Reflex)
Measuring Angles up to 180 degrees
Measuring Angles up to 360 degrees
Angles Between the 8 Compass Points
Calculating Missing Angles - Vertically Opposite Angles, Adjacent Angles and Angles Around a Point
An engaging alternative to standard worksheets, these no-prep Angles puzzles make ideal starter, early finisher or homework activities. They can be completed individually or in pairs / groups. They are similar to codebreaker puzzles, with a maths-related word to be revealed after measuring or checking the angle etc. Each puzzle contains a grid. Pupils circle any boxes containing errors, then put together the letters from these boxes to reveal a maths word.
Pupils often forget or avoid checking their own work for errors so it’s great to get them carefully checking in these puzzles. Spotting common errors may help them remember to check their own work and help them avoid common errors themselves.
The range of puzzles in this resource is ideal for differentiation and / or to cater for a range of groups and classes across Key Stage 2 (KS2) and some early KS3. Hopefully they’ll be helpful for your teaching over many years.
I have two other popular Angles resources for KS2, available with this one for a great saving in a BUNDLE - see below.
I hope your students enjoy using these puzzles. I would be grateful for a review if you get a spare moment.
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A two page worksheet with four questions to interpret an angle from a diagram of a protractor (in degrees), four questions to determine the degree and type of angle (i.e. acute or obtuse) and three questions regarding student's knowledge of obtuse, acute and right angles (and their ability to calculate them from reading a protractor).
**Answers can be filled in on sheet or pictures of protractors & questions can be stuck in books & answered there.

This pack contains two activities to motivate using a protractor and ruler carefully.
1. Impossible Constructions
This activity requires students to try and draw a series of shapes, with the knowledge that at least one of them is impossible! For example, can they construct a triangle with two obtuse angles? Why? Why not?
2. Draw that Space Ship!
This activity requires students to try and make an accurate version of a space rocket. They must draw lines and angles accurately in order for the spaceships to turn out correctly. There are two different Space Ships for students to work on, of increasing difficulty!
Answers are included.

There are about 17 (practical and fun) lesson activities, tasks or worksheets to cover the following 2014 objectives:
Recognise angles as a property of shape or a description of a turn.
Identify right angles, recognise that two right angles make a half-turn, three make three-quarters of a turn and four a complete turn; identify whether angles are greater than or less than a right angle.
This is one of the children's favourite activities to help understand angles. Ideas for children of all abilities to have fun learning about angles. PLEASE NOTE: The resources come in the format of an Activeinspire Promethean Flipchart and a non-editable PDF document. Thank you for downloading.
*** Please look for the large files (Flip -chart and PDF) which contain all the resources without the Paws & Clause watermark. ***
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KS2 Year 5 / 6 printable activity for classifying angles, turns, 8-point compass, missing angles etc. A game board and 80 question cards (differentiated at two levels) to add variety and fun to angles work at Key Stage 2 and equivalents. It could suit other ages for differentiation and revision. It mixes up different aspects of the topic in a fun self-checking learner-directed activity, allowing the teacher to work with other groups. There are additional challenges for the children to complete as they move around the board. All in PDF format in the Zip File.
Differentiation: There’s a more challenging Green version, while the Blue one is for younger or less able learners. A different set of question cards is provided for each game.
In the Green version, questions 1-20 focus on identifying angle types / names (acute, right, straight, obtuse, reflex) and 21-40 involve turns and the 8-point compass. Questions 40-50 deal with working out missing angle sizes on a straight line, vertically opposite angles, angles around a point etc. It should be simple for you to weed out any questions that have not yet been covered. In the Blue version, questions 1-20 focus on less challenging questions about identifying angles and 21-30 bring in turns and the 8-point compass.
I used different coloured card for additional sets so they didn’t get muddled, and laminated them. I recommend blowing up game boards to A3 for use with bigger groups.
Thanks for considering this. To add further variety to angles work, try Angles Activity Cards Pack.
Also popular: Line Symmetry Games
Save by getting all 3 angles and symmetry resources in a bundle (see below).
One of my fastest-selling maths resources: KS2 Mental Maths Puzzles
Teaching area and perimeter? Area / Perimeter Games
To make scale work more fun: Scale Drawing Game
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Mental Maths Bundle Year 5 Year 6
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Complete Angles course.
16 exercises with examples and answers covering:
types of angle
measuring angles with a protractor
angles on a line
angles at a point
angles in a triangle
angles in isosceles triangles
angles in parallel lines
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These lessons have been rated as Outstanding in an outstanding school that always seeks Mastery and Understanding.
1 Power Point Presentation (22 Slides)
Contains questions for students to engage and explore.
Contains questions for checking understanding / assessing.
Contains Tasks and Answers.
Mini White Board or Question and Answer questions for you to assess whole class / group.
Challenge and Plenary.
Slides are interactive and have been made so students see angle rules quickly, power point animations have been used so students can see rules quickly.

This is a problem solving activity/worksheet that tests multiple levels of understanding related to the topic of interior and exterior angles of regular polygons. They are high level problems to test the most able, although a hint/formula sheet is included to help “differentiate down”.
The purpose of this activity/worksheet is to provide differentiation, challenge and time saving for teachers.
All answers are provided.

This is a presentation using the angle family; Mr Obtuse, Mrs. Right, Baby Acute and Reflex Rex! It is a fun way to help students remember the different types of angles. The last slide contains a quick review of what they learned. The worksheet contains 6 different angles. The children must first name the angles. Then, estimate their size and finally measure them using a protractor. I would recommend using these resources with Year 4 or Year 5.

This lesson contains angles on a straight line, angles around a point, angles in a triangle and vertically opposite angles. It also consists of a lovely cross number which tests their knowledge in a fun and exciting way.
I delivered this lesson to my Year 9s and Year 10s. They absolutely loved it! Also, the checkpoints are really great at assessing their progress.

A lesson covering rules for finding interior and exterior angles in polygons. Includes a worksheet with answers and a load of challenge questions from the UKMT papers.
I really like to use this with the excellent 'Angles in Polygons Challenge' worksheet uploaded by the legendary Tristan Jones! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/angles-in-polygons-challenge-6443005

Originally used with a low ability year 8 class.
This lesson focuses on:
* Working out unknown angles within a quadrilateral
* Angle questions involving other angle facts such as angles on a straight line, around a point and in a triangle.

This STEM catapult challenge involves engineering, geometry, ratios, critical thinking, and teamwork in an engaging activity your students will love! Using the engineering design process along with math skills, teams of students will build two catapult designs from common materials. Each team will then test at three stations: Distance, Accuracy, and Power. Included are follow-up math problems for enhanced learning. One of my favorite STEM activities!
Included in this product:
- Teachers guide with links to resources
- Student catapult design sheet
- Student recording sheet for each station
- Math connection problems including angles, ratios, and averages, and graphing

Everything you need to teach KS3 angles topics!
Each lesson includes:
5 a day starter,
Learning objectives and progress tick slide,
Differentiated questions AND answers,
Animated and clear examples,
Worksheets can be printed from question slides in PowerPoint.
Lesson 1:
Calculating angles!
Examples and questions for finding angles on a straight line and around a point, also includes bingo if your class needs a reminder, rather than a lesson on this. Recap on measuring angles, hangman terminology for types of angles. Examples and questions for opposite angles are equal.
Lesson 2:
Angles in triangles!
Hangman to emphasise correct spelling of different types of triangles. Questions and examples on how to find angles in scalene triangles, but also when triangle is isosceles or has an extended line from the triangle.
Lesson 3:
Angles in quadrilaterals!
Examples and questions on how to find angles in regular and irregular quadrilaterals, also if they have an extended line from the shape. Extension on combining rules from all previous lessons to find missing angles.
Lesson 4:
Angles on Parallel lines!
Introduction on terminology and how to find angles in parallel lines. Includes whiteboard task to view progress and differentiated colour coordinated questions and answers. Exam style plenary and fun donky kong activity as extension if needed!
Learning objective sheet!
Questions on all parts learnt for this topic with a self assessment area for students. This can be used as homework or a worksheet to consolidate learning in class!
All lessons can be edited for your needs, but they are ready to go once worksheets are printed! If you like my lessons or think there is anything more I can do to improve them, please rate or comment! Thanks =]!