# Types of Angles Worksheets

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Practice with this batch of free worksheets that includes exercises from basic to the advanced levels and expand your knowledge of the lesson. It encompasses skills like identifying the types of the angles, drawing angles for each type, recognizing the types of the given angles in a polygon, and more. Also, familiarize students with how real-life objects and angles are related to each other. Add insight to your practice with our acute, right, and obtuse angles worksheets.

CCSS: 4.MD, 4.G, 5.G

Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles Worksheets

A great study tool for all students, this collection of printable worksheets helps students classify and identify angles as acute, right, or obtuse angle.

Classifying Angles

This bundle of types of angles pdfs provides a basic exercise on identifying the various types of angles for kids in grade 4 and grade 5. Identifying Types by Measures

Bolster your skills on types of angles with these printable worksheets. Students are required to write the type of each angle based on its measures. Drawing Angles for each Type

Engage the kids with this set of 4th-grade worksheets and let them draw the angles for each type given. It is a perfect resource for learning and drawing different types of angles. Angles in Real Life

Most of the things that we encounter in our daily life have angles. Demonstrate your understanding of types of angles by identifying the indicated angles in these real-life pictures. Angles in a Clock

Featured in these worksheets are analog clocks with angles shown between the hands. Determine the type of each angle by estimating its size. Angles in Shapes

Elevate your practice to the next level with these pdf worksheets exclusive for the fifth graders. Recognize the indicated angles in each polygon as acute, right, or obtuse. Identifying the Types of Angles

This assemblage of 5th-grade worksheets deals with identifying the types of angles formed by multiple rays that share a common vertex. It is divided into two parts. Part 2 involves all angles in part 1 plus the reflex angle. 