## Awesome Angles

Angles are used a lot in daily life.  For example, when a carpenter makes furniture he uses angles, pizza slices are cut using angles, and there are many angles in our own homes, like opening and closing doors and books, or the hands of a clock.

Today Múinteoir John taught us about three different types of angles.  Here they are:

## Quiz: Right? Acute? Obtuse?

See if you can correctly identify whether the below items have right, acute or obtuse angles.  Answers are at the bottom of the sheet.

1)  What type of angle is left after the slice is removed?

2)  What type of angle is at each corner of the mirror?

3)  What type of angle does the top of the tent make with the two sides?  What type of angle do the sides make with the ground?

4)  What angle do the legs make with the top of the table?

5)  What type of angle does Pac-Man's mouth make as he eats the ghost?

## Angles Activity

Find 5 objects in your home that have an angle, and draw that object then name the type of angle.  Their angle can be: right, acute, or obtuse.

Don't forget to send your pictures and videos of the objects and angles to the RTÉ Homeschool Hub website!