Year 4

Shape and symmetry:Identify angles within shapes

Year 4

Shape and symmetry:Identify angles within shapes

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will revisit the different types of angle names (acute, obtuse, right angled). We will practise labelling and identifying angles of each type.

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5 Questions

Q1.
What kind of angle is MORE than 0° but LESS than 90°?
Correct answer: Acute
Obtuse
Reflex
Q2.
Which angle is smaller?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: First shape
Second shape
Third shape
Q3.
Which angle is the odd one out?
An image in a quiz
First shape
Correct answer: Second shape
Third shape
Q4.
Which angle is the odd one out?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: First shape
Second shape
Third shape
Q5.
Estimate the size of the angle:
An image in a quiz
170°
Correct answer: 30°
90°

5 Questions

Q1.
If I imagine the minute hand of a clock pointing at 12 is a measurement of 0°, what number would the minute hand be pointing at for 180°?
3
Correct answer: 6
9
Q2.
How many degrees in 3 right angles?
180°
Correct answer: 270°
360°
Q3.
How many more degrees would be needed to make a right angle if I had already measures 37°?
Correct answer: 53°
54°
55°
Q4.
What type of angle is this?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: acute
obtuse
right angle
Q5.
What do each of the angles in a square measure?
180°
80°
Correct answer: 90°