 # Maths /Shape, Location & Mapping /Angles

Browse our collection of angle worksheets aimed at helping to introduce and teach angle concepts. Topics covered include identifying angles, classifying angles (acute, obtuse, right angles, straight, reflex) and measuring angles using a protractor.

Use the filter above to narrow the results by resource type and/or grade level. Measure Angles in a Picture

Use a protractor to measure the angles in the picture. Complementary Angles (2)

Use knowledge of complementary angles to work out the missing angles. Complementary Angles (1)

Use knowledge of complementary angles to work out the missing angles. Angle Sort: Right, Acute, Obtuse

Cut and paste to show whether the angles are acute angles, right angles or obtuse angles. Angle Sort: Right, Bigger, Smaller

Cut and paste to show whether the angles are right angles, bigger than right angles, or smaller than right angles. Vertically Opposite Angles (2)

Use knowledge of vertically opposite angles to work out the missing angles. Vertically Opposite Angles (1)

Use knowledge of vertically opposite angles to work out the missing angles. Supplementary Angles (2)

Use knowledge of supplementary angles to work out the missing angles. Supplementary Angles (1)

Use knowledge of supplementary angles to work out the missing angles. Comparing Angles

Order the angle in each set from smallest to largest. Measuring Angles (2)

Use a protractor to measure the angles. Measuring Angles (1)

Use a protractor to measure the angles.