Angles, or angels, as we usually see it spelt are tricky, whether it's use of the protractor -careful - or working out whether they are obtuse, acute, reflex or right. These resources are set to ensure the measurements in degrees are as accurate as they can be.
This will teach older KS2 pupils everything they need to know by practically demonstrating angles on a straight line, inside a triangle, opposite etc.... just click through the activities and pick the one which suits your chosen objective. Wow.
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Easy game focus on turns of 30 and 45 degrees. The harder game brings in 90 and 60. This is good for developing the use of a protractor.
Addictive alien blast game. Predict the angle. Good for kids with a sound understanding of angles only.
Aim, select your force and throw your banana. Ideal as a plenary for children with a sound understanding of angles.
Alien Angles - Practice estimating angles with this fun geometry game. It's not as easy as it looks.
We love this 'guess the angle' game.
Introduces the angle names such as obtuse etc... A reasonable presentation.
Sail straight into complex angles like 63 degrees which can be measured with the onscreen protractor. Shiver me timbers!
The daddy of angles activities because it's so flexible, the options include; Up to 90 degrees in multiples of 10 Up to 180 degrees in multiples of 10 Up to 90 degrees in multiples of 5 Up to 180 degrees in multiples of 10 Up to 180 degrees in 1s. And....lots more besides, such as make and measure and estimate to 90, 180. Well designed and created Ambleweb resource.
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