Star Wars: Rays and Angles Edition

This Star Wars: Rays and Angles Edition activity & project also includes:

Rays and angles and Star Wars? It sounds strange, but it's actually a fun game to help fourth graders get good at measuring and identifying angles and rays with a protractor. Each pair of children chooses which Star Wars character they'd like to be, then they each choose a card from their deck, they measure the angle on the card with a protractor and identify the angle. The child with the largest angle wins both cards. The child with all of the cards at the end of the game wins. Tip: This game could take some time to play, set a timer and state that the child with the most cards when the bell rings wins the game.

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CCSS: Designed
Pros

  • Fun learning game
  • Great way to practice math skills
  • Everything is printable and included
  • Can help you assess math proficiency
  • Addresses Common Core standards
Cons

  • May be time consuming
  • Protractors for each child may not be available
  • The game cards should be laminated
  • It may be difficult to match the answer cards to the playing cards for assessment purposes 
Common Core