Students would be able to define and identify different types of angles along with their names.
This activity is a fun refreshing exercise to do some physical movement while learning a new concept.
Ask kids to stretch their arms in different ways and ask them how to measure the gap between two arms in terms of angles. Different arm positions will give different angle measures.
In this activity, a kid-friendly geoboard and some rubber bands should do the magic. Ask kids to use the geoboard and rubber bands to make different angles and try to estimate their measures. The best part is that a single angle can be changed into multiple angles using the same set of rubber bands and the measure of the angles can be estimated accordingly.
This activity is based on the angle formed by the two hands of a clock. Different times can be given to students and they have to find the angle with/without using the protractor.
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