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Measure & Draw Angles (Grade 4)

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Videos, examples, solutions, and lessons to help Grade 4 students learn to measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specified measure.

Common Core: 4.MD.6

Suggested Learning Targets

  • I can measure an angle using a protractor.
  • I can sketch angles when given a measurement.
  • I can use a protractor to create a give angle.

Measure Angles

Using a protractor to measure angles - 4.MD.6
In this video, students learn to use a protractor to measure angles. This video relates to Common Core Standard 4.MD.6



How to measure angles using a protractor?
Use a full circle or half circle protractor to learn to measure angles. How to use a protractor? Measuring Angles with a Protractor

Draw Angles

Drawing Angles - Less Than 90 Degrees. How to draw angles?
Use to half circle protractor to draw acute and obtuse angles. Drawing Angles: Acute, Obtuse, Reflex
Learn how to draw an angle using a protractor and a straight edge. Drawing Angles With a Protractor Paper Plate Angles: Reinforcing Angles and Angle Measurement
This common core mathematics lesson uses simple things like paper plates, rulers, glue, tissue paper, and protractors to have students predict a variety of angle measurements then use the protractor to verify the angles. This is a great problem-solving activity as students work together to determine the exact center of the paper plate. Their communication skills are honed as they share out and justify their solutions.

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