Angle Helper


     We added this Angle-Maker to our math notebooks.  We copied and cut it out of card stock and added hands with a brad.  Students can quickly make angles of specific measures.  It's an easy formative assessment to ask students to make a 90* or 45* angle, for example.  I can quickly see if they have the idea.  I can ask for various classifications of angle - right, obtuse, acute - and students can hold up their notebook for me to see.  Partners can challenge each other to make or label their own angles.

Pat McFadyen
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  1. This is a great hands-on idea. I love it. How can I get a copy of your angle maker?

    hayesfam5@sbcglobal.net

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  2. I would love to have a copy as well Rwiker@nps.k12.va.us please

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  3. Way cool! I would also like to have a copy of your angle maker! dennisonm@usd450.net Thank you! :)

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  4. I'd love a copy of this too. Would you mind emailing it to me?
    Thank you!
    Audrey
    Audreyaskins@gmail.com

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  5. I would love a copy of your angle maker. mcranford2002@gmail.com

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  6. Hello, All, and thank you for your patience! I had to hunt to find the Angle Maker and here it is: It's from the Dina Zike Book Notebooking Central: Geometry, page 9. Enjoy!

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