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# Drawing Angles with a Protractor Worksheets

Equip children with this set of printable worksheets, and guide them to read and draw angles using protractors with angle measures of 1 degree and 5 degrees. Incorporated here are drawing angles with a protractor using different measurements, drawing reflex angles and revision worksheets developed for grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 children. Explore some of our worksheets for free and gain expertise in drawing angles!

Drawing Angles with a Protractor | 5-Degree Increments

Take advantage of this assortment of carefully prepared worksheets to practice drawing angles with a printed protractor. The angles in these pdf worksheets are open only to the right side of the protractor. Read the inner scale to draw the angles with 5-degree increments.

Drawing Angles with a Protractor | 1-Degree Increment

Count on these worksheets to generously support your efforts while drawing angles. With each page containing six printed protractors, these pdf worksheets offer students of 3rd grade and 4th grade tremendous preparation material for drawing angles with 1-degree increment.

Drawing Angles | 5-Degree Increments

Bring your protractors into action with this set of printable worksheets. Place the protractor at the center of the origin, and mark the angle from the inner scale of the protractor. Extend the line from the vertex to complete the angle.

Drawing Angles | 1-Degree Increment

Accomplish brilliance in reading the outer scale and inner scale of the protractors with 1-degree increment using your protractors with these printable worksheets. Follow the simple steps to draw each angle using your protractor.

Drawing Angles | Revision Worksheets

The minute hand and hour hand of a clock represent angles. Both well-stocked and to-the-point, these worksheets are a great source for children to practice drawing angles by reading the inner scale and outer scale of the protractor. Let them keenly watch the hour hand and the given angle to draw a minute hand for each clock.

A reflex angle is greater than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees. Encourage 5th grade and 6th grade students to skillfully sketch them with these pdf exercises. To draw reflex angles, subtract 360 degrees from the given angle, place the protractor upside down on the vertex, and mark the measure of the angle.