Teach acute, obtuse, and right angles!
How can educators teach angles in a visual and kinesthetic way? Our Angle Hand Stickers make finding acute, obtuse, and right angles fun! They are the perfect tool for hands-on angle activities. Everyday classroom spaces can be transformed into engaging spots to explore angles using these floor and wall stickers.
Learning about angles is an essential skill for students in subjects like math, science, and engineering. Many students find it difficult to remember the difference between acute, right, and obtuse angles. These large visual aids can be helpful for students who may struggle with spatial reasoning or have difficulty visualizing abstract concepts.
These stickers are the perfect sizes to use in classrooms and school hallways. Teach starter angles by having students see them every day in the building. Replace your old angle posters and have your students create and classify angles while moving their bodies instead!
Students will be able to identify the different types of angles by moving their arms with the stickers. Watch them be able to tell if an angle measures less than 90 degrees or greater than 90 degrees with ease. Finding angles of every type has never been as fun as it is with these hands-on activities!
- Regular Floor/Wall Sticker: Each sticker is 6.4 mm thick and laminated for extra protection. Our stickers are made with the latest advancements in 3M adhesive technology so applications are easy, quick, and hassle-free.
- Carpet Sticker: Each sticker is 6.6 mm thick and laminated for extra protection. For best results, install stickers on short nap/low pile carpets.
Dimensions: The stickers come in three different sizes:
- Acute: approximately 21 in x 17 in
- Right: approximately 18 in x 18 in
- Obtuse: approximately 24 in x 21 in
Includes: 1 Acute Angle sticker; 1 Right Angle sticker; 1 Obtuse Angle sticker (Total of 3 stickers)
*Actual colors may vary from what you see on your computer monitor due to differences in display settings.
Sample Activity: Greater Than
- Ask your students the following questions.
- Which angle is greater? A right angle or an acute angle
- Which angle is greater? A right angle or an obtuse angle
- Which angle is greater? An obtuse angle or an acute angle
- Have to jump to or stand by the sticker with the correct answer.
- Then, have them say the name of the angle out loud.