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These printable geometry worksheets will help students identify types of angles (acute, obtuse, and right), name angles, and measure angles with a protractor.
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Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Identify the right, acute and obtuse angles.Acute, Obtuse, and Right Angles Member
Label each angle as acute, obtuse, and right angles.Notes - 3 Types of Angles Member
Two pages of notes with definitions of angles and types of angles.Measuring Angles 1 Member
Measure each of these angles with a protractor. All angles face right.Measuring Angles 2 Member
Measure each of these angles with a protractor. Includes both left and right facing angles.Measuring Angles 3 Member
Measure each the angles with a protractor. Angles spun in all different directions.Drawing Angles Member
Draw each angle with a protractor.
Measure the angles using the protractor. All angles face right.Using a Protractor 2 Member
Measure the angles using the protractor. Angles face right and left.Using a Protractor 3 Member
Use a protractor to measure the angles. All angles face right.Using a Protractor 4 Member
Use a protractor to measure each of these angles. Angles face right and left.Angle Estimates Member
Estimate each angle's measurement, tell what type of angle it is, and write the angle name.Triangle Types Member
Identify the acute, obtuse, and right triangles.
See also:Geometry Worksheets
Shapes, lines, perimeter, area, symmetry, radius/diameter, and flips, slides, turns, and more.