Teach your children about angles with our enormous resource pack! Includes child-friendly teaching and reference materials, engaging activities and eye-catching display resources to use on your Maths display boards.
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- A Fifteen Page Guide to Angles – A collection of fifteen posters that you can use as whole class teaching tools, covering different types of angles, how to use a protractor, interior angles of triangles / quadrilaterals and more! Share them on an interactive whiteboard, print them for use with small groups or add them to a classroom display board.
- One Angle Birds Game – Will your children be able to get the birds to fly into the targets by estimating and measuring the correct angles? Includes instructions, scorecards, answers, four differentiated game boards and two blank boards (so that your students can add their own targets).
- Two Angles Mats – Printable table mats showing different facts and vocabulary related to angles. Why not print them back-to-back so that your children can refer to them during their lessons?
- Twenty Spot the Angles Posters – A collection of twenty eye-catching images that your children can explore. Can they identify, estimate, classify and measure the angles shown in the pictures?
- One Hundred and Twenty Angles Cards – A set of cards that show the images, names and types of forty different angles. Cut out the cards and use them for a range of sorting, matching and classifying activities!
- Two Pages of Angles in Triangles and Quadrilaterals Challenges – Ask your children to investigate the total interior angles of triangles and quadrilaterals with our handy printable pages!
- Four Pages of ‘Acute, Obtuse or Reflex?’ Challenges – A range of angles that your children can classify. Are they acute, obtuse, reflex or right angles? Includes answers for teachers / self-checking.
- Five Pages of ‘Measure the Angles’ Challenges – Sets of angles that your children can estimate and then measure! Includes a selection of acute, obtuse and reflex angles (with answers).
- Three Pages of Missing Angles Challenges – Ask your students to calculate the missing angles on these activity sheets. Includes questions based on angles on a straight line, angles in triangles and angles in quadrilaterals.
- Four Pages of Angles Vocabulary Labels – Four pages of printable vocabulary labels. Use them on a classroom display board… or challenge your children to think of definitions for each word.
- Five Display Posters and Banners – Enhance your Maths display boards with our printable resources.
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This is exactly what I needed for my lessons on lines and angles. The PowerPoint and accompanying games and resources engaged the children and helped them understand the different types of angles and how to use a protractor! The posters and clear perfect for display! Thanks again teachingpacks!! 🙂
Angles posters are clear to understand for those students who want to double check their comprehensive.
The tasks are great to reinforce their learning.
Used as a rotation activity
Another corker of a pack - like many of the other resources, this one is clear, engaging and really useful. Pupils love how they are presented and they’re so bright and colourful.
This is a really in depth resource, full of colour, I used these for my daughter and for my class 🙂 there are items for display and handy resources for inside their textbook covers.
This pack is amazing. I printed out the info pages, laminated them, and made them in to a booklet. Just enough info on each page for my son not to get overwhelmed by and easy clear info at each stage. This has allowed my son to finally have a solid understanding of angles and he is now confident in his abilities and understanding. and of course we still have the booklet for if he sometimes needs to refresh. My only wish would be to have more worksheets too. My son is a slow progresser and takes lots of practice before he is happy to move on, but hates doing the same sheets over and over. This however is our issue and no reflection on Teaching Packs as we have found these resources to be invaluable for his education. Thank You 🙂
I used many of the resources in this pack and found all of them to be very very useful. The kids also loved the whole Angle Birds theme!
A ready to use resource. My students particularly liked the angle birds game. A few suggestions for extension; could some visuals and questions be put together in the guide and worksheets about reflex angles? I agree with another reviewer that angles in a pie chart would also be really useful. Thank you
Currently covering angles in yr5/6 and I was not looking forward to using protractors with those that struggle. However, I looked at the resources and saw a protractor on an A4 page and I suddenly had a brainwave to help teach how to use one - give each child a protractor sheet and two different coloured highlighters - they then colour in the bottom left and the correct scale in one colour and the bottom right and associated scale in another - an instant reference! Maybe, as a suggestion, it would be great if the resource included a reverse of the scales for use with protractors that have the opposite scaling. I haven't checked mine yet... Thank you though, for the brainwave! Feeling braver.
This made teaching angles so straight forward with activities for all abilities. The children really love the birds angles game. Well done - wouldn't be without these maths packs to get ideas and the guides are always so useful.
Decent enough pack but spelling errors that can't be changed and more challenging questions, angles within a pie chart maybe?