This activity allows students to learn and practice determining the number of degrees in an angle by creating equivalent fractions with a denominator of 360.
Angles are just a cut out or part of a circle that has 360 degrees!
Plus, there’s a video that explains angles and degrees to the students and introduces them to the problems.
Check out the student video to see a preview of the activity and instructions.
• 34 Google Slides
• Instructional Video
Great for 4th, 5th, or 6th grade!
This resource uses American English and is editable.
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If you need resources to teach your students about angles, check out these instructional math kits. Our math kits have everything you’ll need for a quality math workshop!
► ANGLES MATH KIT: Set 1 The Foundations: Circles, Angles, & Degrees
► ANGLES MATH KIT: Set 2 Measuring Angles with a Protractor
► ANGLES MATH KIT: Set 3 Drawing Angles with a Protractor
► ANGLES MATH KIT: Set 4 Adjacent Angles and Unknown Measures
► GIANT ANGLES BUNDLE (Includes Sets 1-4)
Common Core Standards:
• Common Core 4.MD.C.5.A and 4.MD.C.5.B
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills TEKS:
• TEKS 4.7A and 4.7B
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