In this post we written on how to make the model on types of angles math’s working project (TLM project) using cardboard and color paper

Creating a working model to demonstrate types of angles using cardboard and color paper is an excellent way to visualize and understand different angle measurements.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to making the model:

Materials you will need:

Cardboard (for the base and angle representations)

Color paper (different colors for different types of angles)

Scissors

Glue or adhesive

Markers or pens (for adding details)

Step-by-step instructions:

Prepare the base:

Take a large piece of cardboard to serve as the base for your angle model.

Draw and cut out angle representations:

Use a ruler and a pencil to draw various angle representations on the color paper. For example:

Right angle (90 degrees): Draw an “L” shape with one angle measuring 90 degrees.

Acute angle (less than 90 degrees): Draw a small angle less than 90 degrees.

Obtuse angle (greater than 90 degrees): Draw a larger angle greater than 90 degrees.

Straight angle (180 degrees): Draw a straight line.

Cut out these angle representations from the color paper using scissors.

Glue the angles onto the cardboard:

Glue each angle representation onto the cardboard base, leaving some space between them.

Demonstrate angle relationships:

Use the model to demonstrate the relationships between different angle types. For example, show how two acute angles can add up to form a right angle, or how two supplementary angles form a straight angle.

This model provides a visual representation of various angle measurements and their characteristics. It’s a fun and educational project to understand the different types of angles and how they relate to one another in geometry.