teaching resource

# Angles in Our Environment Interactive Game

• Updated:  30 Aug 2023

Bring an extra dimension of fun into your Year 3 maths classroom with an interactive game exploring angles in the environment.

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  3 - 4

teaching resource

# Angles in Our Environment Interactive Game

• Updated:  30 Aug 2023

Bring an extra dimension of fun into your Year 3 maths classroom with an interactive game exploring angles in the environment.

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  3 - 4

Bring an extra dimension of fun into your Year 3 maths classroom with an interactive game exploring angles in the environment.

## Looking for a Digital Angles Game?

Digital games are incredibly engaging for young learners. They even have the ability to spark enthusiasm for those seemingly uninspiring subjects and topics. Enter our Angles in Our Environment Interactive Game for Year 3 students!

This digital angles game has been designed by our experienced team of teachers to help you engage your students in their exploration of angles in our environment. Students will work through 9 multiple-choice questions as they explore whether the angles shown are smaller, larger or equal to a right angle. Some examples of questions included in the presentation are listed below.

• Which angle measures less than a right angle?
• Which angle measures more than a right angle?
• Which angle measures equal to a right angle?
• How does the marked angle compare to a right angle?

If students choose the incorrect answer, they are directed to an ‘Oops! Try Again’ slide which allows them to return to the previous question for another attempt. If the student chooses the correct answer, they are directed to a ‘Correct! Well Done’ slide and progress to the next question.

If you’re an Office Suite user, you can download this presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Prefer the Google Suite? Just use the dropdown menu to select the Google Slides version of this resource. In both cases, be sure to operate the presentation in Slideshow mode to enable the interactive features.

This resource offers a great opportunity to include curriculum-aligned gaming in your classroom while also revising key maths content with your students!

## Maximise Your Use of This Angles Interactive Game

Digital games are a fabulous resource when it comes to reviewing key content with your students. This resource has been designed specifically for Year 3 (so you know it’s age-appropriate) and aligns with the Year 3 maths curriculum (so you know it’s helping your student achieve those key learning objectives)!

Looking for ways to consolidate your students’ knowledge of angles in the environment? Our Monster Right Angle Finder would be the perfect activity to follow this digital game! Students create their own right angle finder and then use it to identify angles smaller, larger and equal to a right angle in their immediate environments. And who said maths lessons were boring… certainly not your students!

## How to Access and Use This Angles Game

Use the dropdown menu next to the Download button above to access either the Microsoft PowerPoint or the Google Slides version of this resource. (Note: You will be prompted to make a copy of the Google Slides template before accessing it.)

Project the resource onto your screen and work through the slides as a class for a paperless lesson!

This resource was created by Leeanne Blanckensee, a Teach Starter collaborator.

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