# 4th Grade Common Core: 4.MD.6

Common Core Identifier: 4.MD.6 / Grade: 4
Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Geometric Measurement: Understand Concepts Of Angle And Measure Angles.
Detail: Measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specified measure.
16 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Measure the angles using the protractor.  All angles face right.
Measure each of these angles with a protractor.  All angles face right.
Draw each angle with a protractor.
Use a protractor to measure each of these angles.  Angles face right and left.
Use a protractor to measure the angles.  All angles face right.
Measure each of these angles with a protractor.  Includes both left and right facing angles.
Measure each the angles with a protractor.  Angles spun in all different directions.
Measure the angles using the protractor.  Angles face right and left.
Practice multi-digit multiplication, number patterns, triangle classifications, measuring angles with a protractor, and line plots.
Estimate each angle's measurement, tell what type of angle it is, and write the angle name.
Use fraction models to write equations, complete a long division problem, measure with a protractor, convert from meters to kilometers, calculate elapsed time on a number line, and create a line plot.
Measure twelve different angles with a protractor.
On these task cards, students will use their protractor to measure angles. File includes 30 cards and an answer page.
This set begins with a place value word problem. There are also questions related to operations with fractions, converting and comparing feet to inches, finding equivalent fractions, area models, and division with 3-digit dividends.
Read & interpret data on a line plot. Use a model to solve 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems. Convert miles to feet and days to weeks. Add fractions with like denominators.
This week, your pupils will work on adding and simplifying fractions, identifying acute/obtuse/right angles, finding the unknown side of a rectangle when given the perimeter, and converting mixed numbers to improper fractions.
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