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 Activities to help the children investigate and record angles in different shapes and objects. There are resources for whole class and group teaching as well as independent learning which can be adapted to meet the needs of your class. If you have suggestions for other resources that we can add to this section then please drop us a message. We'd love to add teaching activities that you need to help support your classroom teaching.

 Angles
 2D Shape AnglesSets of cards to help identify and record types of angles found on different 2D shapes Triangle AnglesSets of cards to help draw triangles to match different sets of angles Tree AnglesIdentify and count numbers of acute and obtuse angles in different shapes ParallelogramsCalculate the size of angles in different shapes TrianglesCalculate the size of angles in different shapes Angle MeasurementsMeasure and calculate the angles in different shapes Angle SizesCalculate the size of angles in different isosceles triangles Straight Line AnglesUse a protractor to measure the size of acute and obtuse angles Shape ChallengesSet of cards to help draw examples of shapes with matching angle properties Measuring AnglesPractise using a protractor to measure the size of acute and obtuse angles