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Adrienne Jimerson

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Right angles in real life!

Click the link in the example to watch this video about identifying right angles in real life, and how to make your own Right Angle Eater. 1. Tap the add button. 2. Look around your house or classroom (or anywhere!) for examples of right angles. 3. Take a clear photo or short video of the example(s) you found. 4. Draw the right angle(s) over your picture. Use the drawing or glowpen tool. 5. How do you know it's really a right angle? Show your Right Angle Eater eating the right angle, OR you may use the shapes menu and select the orange square and place it inside the right angle you drew, just like the example. 5. Finally, use the mic or audio audios to explain your thinking. Bonus! Add as many examples or as many pages as you like. Click draft for more time or check to share with your teacher and family.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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A. Jimerson @Super2ndsMrsJ #SeesawAmbassador I hope you and your students enjoy hunting for right angles with this activity! Thank you for not resubmitting to the Community or District libraries. Just in case something happens to the link for the video, here it is: https://www.youtube.com/embed/S_p0STXaf9s Students can make right angle eaters with you in the classroom from cardstock copies, or at home by using a paper plate and tracing around a book for just the right angle for the mouth. They can decorate them if you allow them to as frogs, monsters, aliens, or PacMan! Have fun!