Types of Angles | Classifying Angles Worksheets

Gain a deep understanding of classifying angles with these printable worksheets, diligently prepared for students of grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6. Upon regular practice and revision with this set of pdf exercises, children can distinguish themselves in identifying-types-of-angles tasks. They become increasingly confident and self-reliant in drawing angles, recognizing types of angles formed by clocks, determining types of angles in a shape, identifying types of angles in real-life objects, and much more. Print some of our worksheets for free and set the ball rollin!

Types of Angles: Chart

Teach 4th grade and 5th grade children how to classify the angles as acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex, and complete with our simple-yet-brilliant types of angles chart.

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Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles

Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles Worksheets

Breeze through your types-of-angles tasks using this assortment of pdf worksheets prepared to give you immense practice in identifying acute, obtuse, and right angles.

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Classifying Angles : Type 1

Give students an opportunity to practice and extend their skills in identifying types of angles with this bunch of exercises. Observe the diagrams carefully and classify the angles as acute, obtuse, straight, right, or reflex.

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Classifying Angles : Type 2

Get further ahead in classifying angles using our type-2 worksheets where students are tasked with identifying angles after closely observing geometrical shapes and given angles. Packed with ten problems, each worksheet consolidates students' practice.

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Drawing Angles

Help your child's drawing-angles skill catch up and keep up to its grade level with these pdfs. The acute angle is less than 90°, the right angle is equal to 90°, and the obtuse angle is greater than 90° but less than 180°, and the straight angle is exactly 180°. The reflex angle is greater than 180° and less than 360°. Use the data and information provided to draw each angle.

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Angles in a Clock

Are you wondering what a clock has to do with angles? The Clocks have a lot to do with angles. The hands of an analog clock represent angles. Observe the minute hand and hour hand of the clock to recognize the type of the angles. Each worksheet comprises nine problems.

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Angles in Shapes

Learn to convert visual information into mathematical concepts with the help of our printable worksheets. Perceive each geometrical shape and its angles to identify the type of each indicated angle. Be sure to make use of our answer keys to validate your responses.

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Identifying Types of Indicated Angles

Examine your understanding of angle classification with these 6th grade worksheets wherein multiple angles share a common vertex. Observe the indicated angle, and write the type of angle it exhibits. Each worksheet has two problems for children to work on.

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Test Practice: Type 1

This set of practice exercises allows children to identify types of angles, recognize angles formed by real-life objects, identify angles formed by clocks, and more.

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Test Practice: Type 2

To ensure students are able to work around their infirmities in identifying and drawing angles, each worksheet is categorized into four different sections.

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