Drawing Angles with a Protractor Worksheets

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Explore this array of drawing angles worksheets and comprehend the construction of acute, obtuse, and reflex angles. Stuffed full of exercises that help children ease into skills like drawing acute and obtuse angles with their measures in five-degree increments, and drawing reflex angles by reading both the scales of a protractor, this set of pdf worksheets is worth getting lost in.

The printable worksheets are tailor-made for 4th grade and 5th grade children.

CCSS: 4.MD

Drawing Angles: Five-degree increments

Practice drawing angles whose measures are given in increments of five degrees with this PDF worksheet. Each question depicts one arm of an angle superimposing the baseline of the protractor. Find the indicated measure on the inner scale of the protractor and sketch the other arm of the angle.

Drawing Angles: Five-degree increments

Drawing Angles: Inner and Outer Scales of a Protractor

Offered here is one of the arms of an angle tracing the left or right zero of the protractor already in place. Locate the indicated measure on the appropriate scale of the protractor and construct the other arm of the angle.

Drawing Angles: Inner and Outer Scales of a Protractor

Constructing Angles using a Protractor

Learn to draw angles practically with this hands-on worksheet. Grab your own protractor and place it in an appropriate position over the given rays. Recognize the indicated measure on the inner scale of the protractor and construct the angles.

Constructing Angles using a Protractor

Drawing Reflex Angles

Familiarize the students with the construction of reflex angles using a protractor with this PDF worksheet.

Drawing Reflex Angles

Drawing Angles: Mixed Review

Let your efficiency in drawing angles upgrade to proficiency with this free worksheet. Each question here indicates the measure of an acute, obtuse, or a reflex angle and presents a ray below it. Locate the measures on the inner or outer scale of the protractor according to the direction of the given rays.

Drawing Angles: Mixed Review