# Measurement of angles

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Springing into Measurement & DataThis product is part of a larger product found here:Math Summer Skills Review NO PREP Packet (4th Grade)This product includes printables for the following:Measurement & DataSizes of Units (4.MD.1)Measurement Word Problems (4.MD.2)Area & Perimeter (4.MD.3)Line Plots (4.MD.4)Measuring Angles (4.MD.5)Using a Protractor (4.MD.6)Missing Measurements (4.MD.7)If you like this packet, you may also like:4th Grade Math Quick Assessments Operations and Algebrai...

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Angle Measurement Puzzles are a valuable asset to any 4th grade classroom. This is a great resource for review, math centers, group work and for math interventions. For these puzzles, measure the angle with a protractor to find the degrees of the angle and then determine if it is an acute, right, obtuse or straight angle. Your students will love learning about measuring angles with a protractor!