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.

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Find the Missing Angles (2)

Use knowledge of angles to calculate the missing angles.

Find the Missing Angles (1)

Use knowledge of angles to calculate the missing angles.

Using a Protractor (2)

Use a protractor to measure each angle to the nearest degree.

Using a Protractor (1)

Use a protractor to measure each angle to the nearest degree.

Find Angles in a Picture (4)

Search the image for angles. Colour code them to show whether they are right angles, acute angles or obtuse angles.

Find Angles in a Picture (3)

Search the image for angles. Colour code them to show whether they are right angles, acute angles or obtuse angles.

Find Angles in a Picture (2)

Search the image for angles. Colour code them to show whether they are right angles, acute angles or obtuse angles.

Find Angles in a Picture (1)

Search the image for angles. Colour code them to show whether they are right angles, acute angles or obtuse angles.

Identifying & Naming Angles

Match up each angle to its name and description.

Classifying Angles

Label the angles as ‘acute’, ‘right’ or ‘obtuse’.

Angles Student Reference Card

A reference card showing the different types of angles.

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Angle Sort: Right, Acute, Obtuse

Cut and paste to show whether the angles are acute angles, right angles or obtuse angles.

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