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## What are right, acute, obtuse and reflex angles?

## What do children learn about angles in KS1?

## What do children learn about angles in KS3?

In Year 4 , children need to know about acute and obtuse angles.

## Using a protractor

## Angles worksheets and activities

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20 fun classroom angles activities and teaching resources.

There are often cute little comics that you could begin lessons with as a great discussion point…

## Looking for Angles in Letters

## Measure Angles in Pictures

## Angles Bingo

Whatever you are teaching, BINGO is always a popular activity to do with your class.

## Washi Tape Fun!

Students use Washi Tape and stick bits of it all over an A4 piece of card.

## Angles in My Name

As an extension activity, students could find reflex and straight angles.

## I have, Who Has? Angles Game

A whole-class game to consolidate students’ understanding of complementary and supplementary angles.

Print and cut the game cards. Provide each student with a card.

The game continues until the last person reads out ‘Finished’.

## Make an Angles Display

Here are some of our fantastic fraction posters available to download today!

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A factsheet outlining angles and their properties.

## Vertically Opposite Angles Poster

A poster outlining how to identify and the properties of vertically opposite angles.

## Alternate Angles Poster

A poster outlining how to identify and the properties of alternate angles.

## Corresponding Angles Poster

A poster outlining how to identify and the properties of corresponding angles.

## Using a 180 Degree Protractor Poster

A poster to display when learning how to use a protractor correctly.

## Geometry Word Wall Vocabulary

A geometry word wall to teach your students the associated vocabulary.

## Angles at a Point Poster

A poster to display when learning about angles at a point.

## Angle Clappers

Angles and all their different names can be confusing, but these Angle Clappers make angles fun.

## Door Angles

## Teaching PowerPoints

Use our fantastic Identifying Angles PowerPoint and Working with Angles PowerPoint .

## Identifying Angles PowerPoint

A 22 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when identifying angles.

## Working with Angles PowerPoint

Amazing resources. Great hands-on activities for working with angles. Thank you!

Hey Jodi, thank you so much for taking the time to share your lovely feedback.

This is perfect for my class. Was looking for some fun warm up games. Thanks so much!

You're most welcome Christopher! Thanks for your kind feedback.

You're most welcome Dianne! Thanks so much for your lovely feedback.

Excelente actividad, gracias. Saludos desde México.

You're most welcome Juan. Thanks for your kind words.

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## Solving Primary School Mathematics

Read the posting on Sarin learns Shapes and Solids in school (Math Concept) to know about shapes.

Challenge yourself with the question before look for the given solution‼!

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ451

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Sarin learns shapes and solids in school part 51 (math question).

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ437

The figure below is formed by folding a corner of a piece of rectangle paper. Find ∠ BCE.

## Sarin learns Shapes and Solids in school part 50 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ429

In the figure above, QRST is a trapezium and PQR and TQU are straight lines. Find ∠ z.

## Sarin learns Shapes and Solids in school part 49 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ424

In the figure, ABC is an isosceles triangle and AC = BC, Find ∠ DCE.

## Sarin learns Shapes and Solids in school part 48 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ403

The figure below is not drawn to scale. Given that AB, CD and EF are straight lines, find ∠x.

## Sarin learns Lines and Angles in school part 12 (Math Question)

Challenge yourself with the question before look out for the given solution‼!

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ385

## Sarin learns Lines and Angles in school part 11 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ336

In the figure below, ∠ x is 4 times the size of ∠ d. Find ∠ x.

## Sarin learns Lines and Angles in school part 10 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ335

In the figure below, not drawn to scale, AB is a straight line. Find ∠ COB.

## Sarin learns Shapes and Solids in school part 39 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ319

## Sarin learns Lines and Angles in school part 9 (Math Question)

Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ318

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What do children learn about angles in KS3? In Year 3, children will need to recognise right angles and to know that two right angles make a half turn, three make three-quarters of turn and four a complete turn. They need to identify whether angles are greater than or smaller than a right angle.

This posting is an u pper primary school math question on Lines and Angles. Read the posting on Sarin learns Lines and Angles (Math concept) to understand the concept of lines and angles. Challenge yourself with the question before look out for the given solution‼! Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ385