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Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to identify and measure angles as turns and recognize them in various contexts.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.5, 4.MD.6

### New York State Common Core Math Grade 4, Module 4, Lesson 8

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NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 8 Problem Set

1. Joe, Steve, and Bob stood in the middle of the yard and faced the house. Joe turned 90° to the right.

Steve turned 180° to the right. Bob turned 270° to the right. To what was each boy now facing?

2. Monique looked at the clock at the beginning of class and at the end of class. How many degrees did the minute hand turn from the beginning of class until the end?

3. The skater jumped into the air and did a 360. What does that mean?

4. Mr. Martin drove away from his house without his wallet. He did a 180. Where was he heading now?

5. John turned the knob of the shower 270° to the right. Draw a picture showing the position of the knob after he turned it.

6. Barb used her scissors to cut out a coupon from the newspaper. How many quarter-turns does she need to turn the paper in order to stay on the lines?

7. How many quarter-turns does the picture need to be rotated in order for it to be upright?

8. Meredith faced north. She turned 90° to the right and then 180° more. In what direction was she now facing?

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 8 Homework

1. Jill, Shyan, and Barb stood in the middle of the yard and faced the barn. Jill turned 90° to the right. Shyan turned 180° to the left. Barb turned 270° to the left. To what was each girl now facing?

2. Allison looked at the clock at the beginning of class and at the end of class. How many degrees did the minute hand turn from the beginning of class until the end?

3. The snowboarder went off a jump and did a 180. In which direction was the snowboarder facing when he landed? How do you know?

4. As she drove down the icy road, Mrs. Campbell slammed on her brakes. Her car did a 360. What does this mean?

5. Jonah turned the knob of the stove two quarter-turns. Draw a picture showing the position of the knob after he turned it.

6. Betsy used her scissors to cut out a coupon from the newspaper. How many total quarter-turns will she need to rotate the paper in order to cut out the entire coupon?

7. How many quarter-turns does the picture need to be rotated in order for it to be upright?

8. David faced north. He turned 180° to the right and then 270° degrees to the left. In what direction was he now facing?

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Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 4

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 4

Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to identify and measure angles as turns and recognize them in various contexts.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.5, 4.MD.6

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 8 Problem Set

1. Joe, Steve, and Bob stood in the middle of the yard and faced the house. Joe turned 90° to the right.

Steve turned 180° to the right. Bob turned 270° to the right. To what was each boy now facing?

2. Monique looked at the clock at the beginning of class and at the end of class. How many degrees did the minute hand turn from the beginning of class until the end?

3. The skater jumped into the air and did a 360. What does that mean?

4. Mr. Martin drove away from his house without his wallet. He did a 180. Where was he heading now?

5. John turned the knob of the shower 270° to the right. Draw a picture showing the position of the knob after he turned it.

6. Barb used her scissors to cut out a coupon from the newspaper. How many quarter-turns does she need to turn the paper in order to stay on the lines?

7. How many quarter-turns does the picture need to be rotated in order for it to be upright?

8. Meredith faced north. She turned 90° to the right and then 180° more. In what direction was she now facing?

1. Jill, Shyan, and Barb stood in the middle of the yard and faced the barn. Jill turned 90° to the right. Shyan turned 180° to the left. Barb turned 270° to the left. To what was each girl now facing?

2. Allison looked at the clock at the beginning of class and at the end of class. How many degrees did the minute hand turn from the beginning of class until the end?

3. The snowboarder went off a jump and did a 180. In which direction was the snowboarder facing when he landed? How do you know?

4. As she drove down the icy road, Mrs. Campbell slammed on her brakes. Her car did a 360. What does this mean?

5. Jonah turned the knob of the stove two quarter-turns. Draw a picture showing the position of the knob after he turned it.

6. Betsy used her scissors to cut out a coupon from the newspaper. How many total quarter-turns will she need to rotate the paper in order to cut out the entire coupon?

7. How many quarter-turns does the picture need to be rotated in order for it to be upright?

8. David faced north. He turned 180° to the right and then 270° degrees to the left. In what direction was he now facing?

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