Measuring Angles with a Protractor Math Center Activity
This math station contains 21 total problems in a math station game for students to practice measuring angles with a protractor. Students will need to use a protractor to find the measurement of the drawn angles and then match them up with the correct answer. Angles are in increments of 5 degrees.

Students could use this activity during guided math or you could use it as an activity for quick finishers. Also included are direction sheet, answer sheet and a worksheet for the game.

• The activity can be printed double sided with the problem on one side and the skill name on the other for ease of organizing and sorting. If you print double sided you MUST use the Long Edge Binding option or things will not line up correctly.

• I suggest printing on colored paper and laminating the puzzle pieces for durability.

• You could use this activity as a formative assessment or print it on half sheets to use as part of an interactive notebook.

I always get a cheer when these come out, definite class favorites!


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Created: Dec 30, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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