Identifying Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles Worksheets
Make headway with our acute, right, and obtuse angles worksheets that help familiarize children with the three types of angles with a variety of exercises like determining the types of angles visually, counting the angles of each type, matching angles to the measures and figures, identifying angles formed by the hands of a clock, comprehending angles with real-life objects, identifying angles in multiple rays and sorting them, and revision worksheets to revisit and test your 4th grade and 5th grade students. Try our free worksheets to get the ball rolling.
Give children a head-start with this acute, right, and obtuse angle chart showcasing the three types of angles. Watch the position of the ray; the angle is acute if < 90°, right if it is 90° and obtuse if > 90°.
Observe, identify, and label the angles formed by the rays in the first part, and in the shapes in the latter part of this set of printable worksheets on identifying angles as acute, obtuse, and right.
How many angles of each type are there in the polygons featured in these pdf counting angles worksheets? Children are expected to identify the type of angles, and count the number of acute, obtuse, and right angles they find in each shape.
Grade 4 and Grade 5 kids measure the angles, identify their type, and make one-to-one correspondence between the type of angles, their measures and figures in this batch of worksheets on matching angles.
Add an element of fun by opting for these types of angles in a clock worksheets. Get students to draw the minute hand according to the specified time, and determine the type of angle formed between the minute and hour hand of each clock.
What is the type of angle formed by the roof of a house or a slice of pizza? Classify everyday objects based on the indicated angle as acute, obtuse, and right angles with this collection of activity worksheet pdfs.
Work your way through these printable sorting angles in multiple rays worksheets by identifying the angles formed. Sort them based on their type as acute, obtuse, and right; and write them in the appropriate columns.
Review concepts with this compilation of exercises that make a compulsive print for your 4th grade and 5th grade students to become adept in recognizing and distinguishing acute, obtuse, and right angles.