Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles Worksheets
Our acute, right, and obtuse angles worksheets teach kids the essentials of the three types of angles. Exercises like classifying angles into acute, obtuse, and right; matching measures to their types; sorting angles; classifying and counting the angles in a polygon; and identifying the types of angles in real-life objects help kids gain in-depth knowledge of the topic.
This set of free worksheets is customized for students in grade 4 and grade 5.
Pull ahead of your peers with our printable worksheets on classifying acute, obtuse, and right angles and find tons of prepping in the topic. Use the given reference and complete the task in a jiffy.
Use this set of pdf worksheets, ideal for 4th grade kids, to get a picture of how an acute, right, or obtuse angle looks like. Study the given images carefully and classify each angle into the correct type.
Angles can be confusing for little math learners, but this colorful pdf exercise will make learning angles fun and exciting. Watch 5th grade kids learn to identify angles as acute, obtuse, or right through real-life objects.
Looking for a fun way to teach angles? This cut-and-glue activity is perfect to keep kids engaged while they learn to identify the types of angles by gluing the picture cards under the right categories.
Warm further up to acute, obtuse, and right angles in the company of clocks! Observe the hand position in each clock, and determine the angle type. Level up by drawing hands according to the specified time.
Let young learners in 4th grade and 5th grade up their game with this pdf exercise, where they count the number of acute, obtuse, and right angles they find in each shape.
This bunch of matching angles worksheets enhances kids' understanding of acute, obtuse, and right angles, as they complete the task by matching the figures and their measures with the corresponding type of angles.
This set of sorting angles worksheets helps children practice classifying the angles formed by multiple rays with a common vertex. The task here is for kids to sort angles into acute, right, and obtuse.