Now that using a protractor is a Common Core skill for 4th grade, here is a little freebie to help your students, (and maybe you too, if it has been a while since you've had to use one!)You get a large version of the poster which can be projected on your interactive white board or printed out poster-sized.
A great way to practice measuring angles! Tape up desks with different colored tape and let students use marker on the table to write in the degrees! Students LOVE writing on the tables! (picture only)
Another site/link rec. from Dr. Nickie "Angles is a 4th Grade Standard in the CCSS. Here is a great set of activities to have students do in their math journals. I (Dr. Nickie) really like it because it is interactive, engaging and standards-based. Check it out!Types of Angles math journal @ Runde's Room."
What do constellations and the study of angles have in common? Come read this post for an incredible lesson to teach your kids and find out just how you can take your students to the stars as they learn about angles. :)