# Measuring Angles Using a Protractor Worksheets

Explore our measuring angles using protractor worksheets comprising exercises like reading protractors: inner and outer scales, measuring angles in whole-number degrees and classifying angles, measuring angles formed by the hands of analog clocks and angles in 2D shapes, determining the size of reflex angles and angles with a common vertex, and more. Evaluation becomes easy with our answer keys. Bring our free worksheets into play and watch kids progress effortlessly.

This PDF resource hones grade 4 and grade 5 childrenâ€™s competence in reading the inner scale of the protractor, beginning with 5-degree increments and proceeding to 1-degree increments.

With the protractors already in position, these reading protractors worksheets help kids practice reading the inner scale of a protractor in increments of one and five degrees.

Reading the Inner and Outer Scales of a Protractor

Elevate your skills in reading a protractor featuring angles with one of its arms aligning with the left or right zero of the protractor. Read the outer or inner scale of the protractor accordingly.

Classifying Angles Based on Size

Kick-start early math learning with this pack of measuring angles worksheets and practice classifying angles as acute, right, obtuse, reflex, and straight based on their sizes.

Measuring Angles with Protractor

Line up one of the arms of the given angles with the baseline of the protractor and measure them accurately reading the inner or outer scale of the protractor in these practice sheets.

Determine the angle size formed by the hour and minute hands on the face of an analog clock using a protractor in these measuring clock angles worksheets.

Prepare kids to use a protractor to measure the indicated angles in triangles, pentagons, hexagons, quadrilaterals, and the other shapes featured in these printables.

Determine the size of each reflex angle by measuring the angle beyond the straight angle and adding 180° to it or subtracting the remaining angle from 360°.

Find angles superimposing a protractor on one side and their measures on the other. Read the protractor and match the angle with its corresponding measure.

Measuring Angles with a Common Vertex

Each of these measuring angles using protractor worksheets features two images of angles sharing a common vertex. Align the protractor's midpoint to the vertex and measure the indicated angles.