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MATH
Angles, Angles Everywhere!

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: September 15, 2001

Have students find right, obtuse and acute angles with either a paper or plastic protractor. Ask students to divide a sheet of paper into 3 sections, labeling each one as "right", "obtuse" and "acute." With their papers and protractors in hand, let them go! Students can find angles in the classroom, while they are out on the playground, and then even add to their lists at home. Students will find angles everywhere! I even had a student bend his knee and say, "Hey look! I found an acute angle right here at the back of my knee!" Now that's the idea!

     
 

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