# Amazing Angles! Measure and Draw Angles

Contributor: Victoria Surface. Lesson ID: 10126

You will explore measuring and drawing angles with educational videos, online math problems, printable activities, a virtual protractor activity, and fun projects!

categories

## Elementary

subject
Math
learning style
Visual
personality style
Lion
Intermediate (3-5)
Lesson Type
Dig Deeper

## Lesson Plan - Get It!

Audio:

Angles are amazing! They are everywhere! Without them, you couldn't turn a corner or frame a picture!

• How do we measure these angles?
• What types of angles are there?
• What is a protractor and how is it used?

In this lesson, you will learn how to measure and draw angles, and use a protractor. You will explore measuring and drawing angles with educational videos, online math problems, printable activities, a virtual protractor activity, and fun projects!

Let’s learn how we can measure and draw angles and use a protractor.

1. Answer the following questions as you watch Measuring Angles from BrainPop UK (below).

• What is a vertex?

• How are angles named?

• What are some examples of angles in everyday life?

• What is a protractor used for? What does a protractor represent?

• What is an acute angle? A right angle? An obtuse angle? A straight angle?

2. Complete the Angle Word Search activity found in the Downloadable Resources in the right-hand sidebar.

3. Learn more about how to use protractors by watching the following video from TenMarks Amazon (below). Answer the following questions as you watch:

• How is a piece of paper helpful when beginning to measure angles?

• How should you begin measuring an angle on a protractor?

• Where should the vertex of the angle be placed on a protractor?

• How do you decide which number to use on a protractor?

• Why is it important to align the protractor correctly?

4. Now let’s practice type of angles and measuring angles with the following online math problems from IXL Learning, Inc.:

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