# Tagged: angles

By the end of this unit of work you should be able to do the following:

• Identify, name, measure and draw six different types of angles (acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex and revolutions)
• Identify, name, measure and draw six types of triangles (acute, right, obtuse, equilateral, isoceles and scalene)
• Identify and name six different quarilaterals (square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezium and kite)
• Identify and draw perpendicular and parallel lines
• Identify and calculate vertically opposite, alternate, corresponding, complementary, supplementary and co-interior  angles.
• Calculate missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals.
• Accurately draw regular polygons and calculate angles in regular polygons.

Each of the following activities matches with specific learning outcomes.

Acute and Obtuse angles – Guess the random angle

Measuring Angles – What’s my Angle?

Naming and measuring angles – Kidport Measuring Angles

Vertically opposite, corresponding and alternate angles – Exploring relationships of Angles

Types of triangles – sort into Venn diagrams – Sorting Triangles

Angles in a triangle add to 180 degrees – Exploring Angles: Resize a triangle

Calculate  angles using opposite, complementary and supplementary angles – Exploring triangles.

Properties of Quadrilaterals  from BBC KS3 Bitesize

Shape sorter – Exploring Quadrilaterals    Sort shapes based on lines of symmetry – Symmetry Sort

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