A Handy Teaching Aid for 3rd and 4th Graders Learning Angles
We took our popular Angle Hop floor mat and adapted it into a desktop sticker! These stickers can be placed directly on students’ desks for use as an angle teaching aid all school year. Ideal for 3rd graders and 4th graders, this sticker makes teaching angles more visual and interactive!
Angles can be difficult for students to visualize. With this sticker as a reference, students will be able to see and identify supplementary angles, complementary angles, vertical angles, reflex angles, straight angles, obtuse angles, right angles, and acute angles.
With this angles teaching aid, there are plenty of possibilities for hands-on angles activities. Engage students in kinesthetic activities without having them leave their desks! Teach angles to tactile learners by having students move their fingers over each angle type.
Additionally, our Angle Hop desktop stickers are laminated with dry-erase material. This means that students can practice tracing and drawing angles at their desks without having to get up and walk to the whiteboard. Furthermore, they’ll be practicing their fine motor skills.
Teaching angles to 3rd graders and 4th graders can be easy with each student working individually at their desk with their own sticker!
Materials: Our dry-erase stickers combine the power of our heavy-duty 3M sticker material with dry-erase laminate. Dry-erase markers work well with the laminate, which is easy to clean off. Additionally, our stickers are made with the latest advancements in 3M adhesive technology, so applications are easy, quick, and hassle-free.
Dimensions: 1.5 x 20 inches
Minimum Purchase Quantity: 25 stickers
Sample Activity: What Am I?
Ask your students the following questions. Have them place a finger on the correct answer on their sticker.
- My angle is under 90 degrees. What am I?
- My angle is exactly 90 degrees. What am I?
- My angle is greater than 90 degrees. What am I?
- My angle is exactly 180 degrees. What am I?
- My angle is greater than 180 degrees. What am I?