# TES Top 10 Resources: Angles

The following collection of resources have been assembled by the TES Maths Panel. They can be downloaded for free by registering on the TES website.

1. Dinky King – Parallel lines angles questions

AgeRange: 14 – 16

Format: Word

Work out the missing angles for the computer programmer using everything you know about parallel lines and their angle properties. Extension questions provided and ideal for KS3 and GCSE students.

2. Parallel lines and angle facts quiz

Age Range: 11 – 16

Format: PowerPoint

20 quick questions on angles (largely) in parallel lines. Emphasis on use of correct terminology. Could be done on mini-whiteboards, or otherwise as quiz, rather than flashcards.

Age Range: 11 – 16

Format: Word

A very simple worksheet but in my eyes an absolute gold mine for probing student knowledge and promoting mathematical discussion.

4. KS3 angle facts starter presentation

Age Range: 11 – 16

Format: PowerPoint

An interactive whiteboard activity with information on angles in a quadrilateral, alternate angles, corresponding angles and interior angles.

5. Blockbusters angle rules

Age Range: 11 – 16

Format: PowerPoint

The classic quiz game with questions on angle rules (including simple parallel lines and knowledge of shape properties).

6. Circle-Theorems: Tick-or-trash angles

Age Range: 14 – 19

Format: PDF, Word

Students are presented with five questions, and two answers for each. They must identify which is correct and which is wrong.

7. Angles, percentages and golf

Age Range: 11 – 16

Format: PDF and PowerPoint

This task uses pupils’ ability to measure angles using a protractor, quote as a bearing and calculate the percentage power of their chosen golf club to complete nine-hole course.

Age Range: 14 – 16

Format:PDF

A crime has been committed and pupils have to use their bearing skills to locate the various aspects of the investigation.

9. Interactive bearing lesson

Age Range: 14 – 19

Format: PowerPoint

Description:

A three-part interactive lesson with an angle-estimating game, instruction on how to work out bearings and a tick or trash plenary using volcanic ash cloud.

Age Range: 11 – 19

Format: PowerPoint

Description:

This pack contains  PowerPoint slides for introducing angles and developing geometrical reasoning.