Teach the different types of angles in geometry with movement!
The basic angles in geometry can be taught in a visual and kinesthetic way that is enjoyable for students. Our Angle Hop floor mat makes finding any type of angle fun and engaging! This mat is suitable for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade activities. It is a great way for students to learn about different types of angles.
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 various types of angles.These large visual aids can be helpful for students who may struggle with spatial reasoning or have difficulty visualizing abstract concepts.
Our Angle Hop mat depicts the following types of angles on colorful blocks: acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex, vertical, complementary, and supplementary. Each angle is also labeled with the corresponding degrees.
This floor mat will encourage active learning while helping students develop gross motor skills. Made with high-quality materials, it is durable and easy to clean, ensuring years of educational fun. Students will step, jump, skip, and trace their way through new kinesthetic activities.
Watch your students figure out if an angle measures less than or greater than 90 degrees with ease. Discover complementary and supplementary angles. Find the measurement of angles up to 180 degrees. Identifying different types of angles has never been as fun as it is with these hands-on activities!
Add our Angle Hop Mat to your learning resources today!
Also available: Looking for more ways to teach angles? Check out our Angle Hands wall sticker set.
Materials: Our floor mats are made from heavy-duty vinyl. They are easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Some teachers have used their mats for over 10 years!
Dimensions: 22 x 95 inches
Includes: The following angle types (with degrees):
- acute angle
- right angle
- obtuse angle
- straight angle
- reflex angle
- vertical angle
- complementary angles
- supplementary angles
Check out our material FAQ page for more information and instructions on caring for your floor mat.
Sample Activity: Angle Arms
- Ask students to create the shape of the angles with their arms and/or hands as they hop across the mat, one block at a time.
- Make sure they say the angle name out loud as they hop.
- Challenge your class by having one student make an angle with their body. Then, have the rest of your class name the type of angle formed.