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# Reading a Protractor Worksheets | 5-degree and 1-degree Increments

A protractor is a semicircular disk generally calibrated in degrees and used to measure or construct angles. Explore our assortment of protractor worksheets to become adept at reading this instrument. Encompassing a plethora of practice materials such as an illustratory chart that talks kids through the steps involved in reading a protractor, explicatory printable templates that come in handy during assessments, and elucidatory exercises like reading the inner and outer scales of the protractor and matching angles with measures, this set leaves grade 4 and grade 5 students fully prepared to use the tool with ease. You can download some of our pdfs for free!

Printable Protractor Templates

Get instant access to this bunch of printable protractor templates, and forget about store-bought protractors. Print the templates of your choice, and snip the protractors in a jiffy!

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Reading a Protractor | 5-Degree Increments

This bunch of 4th grade pdf worksheets offers 20+ angles in increments of 5 degrees. The angles occur with the protractors already in place. All you need to do is read the protractor and determine their measures.

Reading a Protractor | 1-Degree Increments

With protractors superimposed over the acute, right, and obtuse angles, this printable practice set elevates students' skills in reading the tool and prepares them to measure angles instantly and accurately.

Reading the Inner and Outer Scales of a Protractor | 5-Degree Increments

The angles featured in these practice exercises help 5th grade children understand the significance of the two scales on a protractor. One of the arms of each angle traces either the left or right zero of the protractor.

Reading the Inner and Outer Scales of a Protractor | 1-Degree Increments

Use the inner or outer scales of the protractor, and precisely measure the angles depicted here. Read the inner scale if the angle opens to the right, and read the outer scale if it opens to the left.

These pdf exercises allow kids to read the protractors and match the angles to their measures. Make sure they read the appropriate scale on the protractor and measure each angle.