Cut, Paste and Complete - Angles from Imaginative Teacher on TeachersNotebook.com - (15 pages) - Students simply cut out the picture squares, then match the angle names on each picture to the space on the grid with the correct angle image.
This SmartBoard mini lesson includes the parts of an angle, naming an angle, classifying whether an angle is acute, obtuse, right, or straight, defines the protactor postulate, uses an interactive protractor to measure angles in two ways, and includes a guided practice problem using the angle addition postulateNote the "f" you see on one of the slides is the protractor.
Two pages of introduction to polygon vocabulary, interior angle sum, exterior angles, naming, and parts of the polygon. Twelve practice problems involve solving from variables, determining the number of sides of a polygon, and finding interior and exterior angles.
These stations are a great review for measuring angles, creating angles, naming angles & lines, and categorizing angles. Students can work in small groups to complete teach task. Many of the handouts can also be used as individual handouts. An answer key is included.