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David Peckham

Student Instructions

Comparing angles in real life

1. Create a labelled collage of at least three photos showing examples in everyday life of acute angles (less than 90), obtuse angles (more than 90) and right angles (90). Save this to your camera roll 3. Click the add button on the Seesaw activity 4. Find your collage in your camera roll and upload it 5. Click the when you have finished

5th Grade, 4th Grade, Math
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