These Measuring Angles Magic Square Puzzles are great activities for a math center game – plus students will also have to add angles and subtract angles to find the third number. They provide a great way to get students a hands-on, engaging critical thinking game for extra practice. Plus this math center activity is a quick and easy way for teachers to provide meaningful learning that meets the needs of upper elementary 4th grade students!
These angle puzzles help students practice matching the correct problem and solution. Please look at the preview to see the exact puzzles and differentiation options available.
WHAT YOU GET:
- FIVE puzzles
- TWO versions of each puzzle above
- Two editable rubrics in PowerPoint
- One editable exit slip in PowerPoint
HOW CAN THESE PUZZLES BE USED?
- Centers, stations, or rotations
- Early or fast finishers
- GATE (gifted and talented education)
- Worksheet alternatives
- Critical thinking skills
- Student, partner, or small group collaboration
- Test prep
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You get five puzzles where students match the correct answer to the corresponding angle image. Each puzzle has TWO versions – one with numbers around the outside and one with NO numbers around the outside. Choose which make sense for your class, or differentiate to meet individual needs.
This means the entire resource is made up of ten puzzle options! You’ll have to decide which to print to best meet the needs of your students.
These puzzles help address CCSS 4.MD.C.6 and 4.MC.C.7
An editable PowerPoint file has been included as a center rubric. A full page option and half page option are both included. Print these out for immediate use, or change the wording and format to fit the needs of YOUR students.
Plus use the exit slip to bring some writing and explaining into your math lesson. It’s totally editable within PowerPoint so you can customize it to ask your students the question/s that best fit their needs!
Not sure how Magic Squares work? Check out this blog post!
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Magic Square Puzzles are great for centers, stations, rotations, review, early and fast finishers, enrichment, test prep, GATE (gifted and talented education), and critical thinking skills. Students with special needs also do well with these once they understand the concept. Any student that needs a lesson in perseverance will benefit from Magic Square Puzzles. With this fun game format your students will stay engaged while practicing necessary skills!
Just print and quickly cut on the lines and you have instant associative property of multiplication math learning centers that make skill practice fun and engaging for third and fourth graders.
Thanks for looking!