This activity can help children with angles. Instead of measuring angles on paper, this can illustrate angles into a read life demonstration. This is active learning because as children close the door the angle changes and they can now measure it.

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This would be a fun activity to do in centers. Each triangle would have one or two multiplication questions on a side or one to two answers. They would have to connect the pieces to practice their multiplication facts.