6th Grade - Classify Triangles
Classify triangles by side lengths (scalene, isosceles, and equilateral) and angle measure (acute, right, obtuse, isosceles and equiangular). 0606.4.4
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One Or An Obtuse One? - [grades 5-8]
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Classification: Acute, Right, Obtuse - explanation and questions
- Students practice their knowledge of acute, obtuse and alternate angles.
- Interactive game to help recognize angles.
Geometric Figures - a TAKS worksheet to print and use in class
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Angles - five multiple choice questions
Building Blocks: Classifying Angles - explanation and drawings
to go with the lesson above
to follow the lesson
Do We Measure Angles? - six page worksheet to print and use in
Angles - Practice lining up and reading a protractor while you measure
a set of angles in a fun learning activity
Angles - use a virtual protractor
of Angles - definition and drawings of each type
Acute, and Obtuse Angles - sort angles into appropriate containers
Acute, and Obtuse Angles - figures are shown, decide which is the proper
Explorer - Students learn about areas of triangles and about the Cartesian
coordinate system through experimenting with triangles drawn on a grid.
Side-By-Side - use geometric vocabulary to describe properties of triangles
of Angles - definitions, and drawings of each type
Protractor - ten online activities investigating angles
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