Draw Your Own Angles
Help your students master the skill of drawing and identifying angles with our free worksheet, Draw Your Own Angles. Aimed at year 3, year 4, year 5, and year 6 students, this resource is perfect for those learning about angles in their maths lessons. Students will not only draw angles but also identify whether each angle is acute or obtuse, reinforcing key geometry concepts.
What’s Inside the Draw Your Own Angles Worksheet?
This worksheet provides 15 boxes for students to draw angles ranging from 10 degrees to 180 degrees, using a protractor to ensure accuracy. It’s a handson, interactive way to teach students how to use a protractor and recognize different types of angles. Key features include:

15 different angles to draw, from 10 degrees to 180 degrees.

Space to use a protractor and draw each angle accurately.

A spot to label each angle as acute or obtuse.
Developing Protractor Skills and Angle Recognition
Learning to measure and draw angles is an essential skill in maths, and this worksheet gives students the practice they need to build confidence. By providing specific measurements, students are guided through the process of creating precise angles, helping them develop the motor skills and understanding required for accurate protractor use.
Identifying Angles as Acute or Obtuse
Once students have drawn each angle, they will label it as either acute or obtuse, reinforcing their understanding of angle types. This activity helps solidify the difference between acute angles, which are less than 90 degrees, and obtuse angles, which are greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. Benefits include:

Direct application of angle measurement skills.

Immediate reinforcement of acute and obtuse angle identification.

Handson learning that strengthens geometry concepts.
A Perfect Resource for Geometry Lessons
This worksheet is ideal for maths lessons focused on geometry and angle measurement. It’s suitable for individual work, small group activities, or wholeclass instruction, providing flexibility in how you incorporate it into your teaching. Here’s how it can be used in your classroom:

As a practice tool during lessons on protractors and angles.

For revision before assessments or quizzes.

As a targeted task for students needing additional support.
Engaging Students in Angle Measurement
Engaging students with handson activities helps deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts, and the Draw Your Own Angles worksheet does just that. By actively measuring, drawing, and identifying angles, students will find learning about angles more accessible and enjoyable.
Download Your Free Draw Your Own Angles Worksheet
Ready to help your students excel in their understanding of angles? Download the Draw Your Own Angles worksheet for free today! It’s a valuable resource that provides practical protractor practice and helps students confidently identify different types of angles.