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Types of angles

KS2 types of angles worksheet
Can your child spot reflex angles, right-angles, obtuse angles or acute angles? This KS2 angles worksheet, along with the help of some silly bears, will help your child recognise different types of angles.
Keystage:  KS2, Year 3


What are angles? 

Angles are measures of turns, which are measured in degrees (°C), with a full turn measuring 360°. Using a protractor, you can find out the size of an angle, but it is important to know the different types of angles in order to inform your calculations. 

A right angle, also known as a quarter turn, is 90 degrees. An acute angle is smaller than a right angle, less than 90 degrees, while an obtuse angle is greater than a right angle but less than 180 degrees.

Understanding obtuse, acute, and right angles is an important skill for KS2 children. 

What is in this KS2 angles worksheet?

Our Types of angles worksheet is a comprehensive KS2 angle excercise that makes learning about angles fun and easy.

It is a helpful activity that breaks down the three main types of angles: right angles, acute angles, and obtuse angles.

Join the silly bears as they show you how to identify the angles and then test your angle knowledge!