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In geometry, an angle can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common endpoint called vertex. Angle measures the amount of turn of its rays in degrees.


  • Arms
    • The two rays joining to form an angle are called arms of an angle. Here, WH and WM are the arms of the ∠HWM.
  • Vertex
    • The common end point at which the two rays meet to form an angle is called the vertex. Here, the point W is the vertex of ∠HWM.


  1. Begin by using the protractor’s straight edge to draw the first ray.
  2. Line up the endpoint of the ray with the crossed lines on the straight edge of the protractor. Follow the numbers on the curve and make a mark by the number of the angle you want to draw.
  3. Use the straight edge to connect the mark with the endpoint of the first ray.
  4. Label the angle with the correct measurement.

Angle Measurements (Cruise Ship Themed) Worksheets

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Worksheets Activities Included

Ages 8-9 (Basic)

  • Angle Ship
  • Cruise Ship Placement
  • The Cruise Ship Passengers
  • Identifying Directions
  • T or F at the Cruise Ship

Ages 9-10 (Advanced)

  • Cabin Crew at Work
  • The Sailor Man
  • The Working Ship Man
  • DIY Angles
  • Captain’s Wheel