Here’s a geometry worksheet on recognizing triangles and quadrilaterals based on the number of angles.

# Angle Worksheets for Practice

## Hexagon and Pentagons: How Many Angles?

Hexagon or pentagon: it’s all in the number of angles!

## Shapes and the Number of Angles

Count the angles to determine the type of shape: triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon or hexagon!

## Angles and Lines of Symmetry

Your student will practice finding the line of symmetry in angles.

## Angles, Angles, Everywhere!

In this worksheet, students add and subtract angle measures to solve for an unknown angle. Some problems involve angle measures in common shapes. A 4th grade + geometry worksheet.

## Angles: Measure and Sketch

A great combo worksheet on measuring and sketching angles.

## Classifying Angles

Students classify each of the angles on this geometry worksheet as acute, obtuse, right or straight. This is a 4th grade geometry activity but can be used where appropriate.

## Draw an Angle

Let’s make angles out of rays!

## Drawing and Identifying Angles

Your youngster will draw the angle and decide if it is an obtuse, acute or right angle.

## Drawing Angles

It’s time to use that protractor to draw some angles!

## Estimate the Angle

This worksheet asks your student to estimate the angle measurement.

## It’s Time to Classify!

Using hands of a clock, students practice classifying angles. This is a 4th grade geometry worksheet but can be used where appropriate.

## Missing Measures

This practice activity requires students to add of subtract angle measures for right and straight angles. A 4th Grade + Geometry Activity.

## Right Angles and Right Triangles

Where’s the right angle in a right triangle?

## What’s the Angle?

Now it’s time to measure some angles using a protractor.

## Drawing Triangles Using Three Angle Measurements

This is a great drill for drawing triangles using three angle measurements.

## Identify the Angles

It’s an angle smorgasbord in this geometry worksheet! Students will review the figure and determine which angles are complementary, adjacent, vertical, and congruent.

## Using Angle Relationships

Students are challenged about their knowledge of angle relationships, finding a value for vertical angles, linear pairs, and complementary angles. This practice activity is designed for students in Grades 7 and up.

## Working With Adjacent Angles

Adjacent angles are an amazing adventure! Students will use the figure on the right side of the worksheet and determine which angles are adjacent to the ones in question.

## Working With Complementary Angles

You’ll like this complementary angle worksheet!