Not to freak you out or anything, but there are angles living among us. Good luck falling asleep tonight.
|Elementary and Middle School||4th Grade|
Hey, you even know how to take their exact measurements! [Protractor flies into the boys hand]
You're a regular angle expert, right?
There, lurking in that dark corner… [Torch light searching around a dark room]
….there are other angles living among us…
…and they really could use a light bulb, or a candle or something…seriously, why [Other angles hiding in the dark room]
are they sitting in the dark?
Take this angle.
Sure, it looks like a straight line, but it’s actually an angle in disguise. [Straight line with eyes]
Yep – a straight line has an angle measurement, too.
Check it out.
It measures exactly 180-degrees. [Protractor on the line]
It’s twice the size of a right angle…
...and we call this one a “straight angle.”
But wait, there’s more!
Man, this is like Christmas came early…except instead of leaving decent stuff, Santa left….math. [Coop pointing at a blackboard]
…What, was he out of coal….? [Boy looks excited by presents under the tree then realises they're all math books]
So this circle’s got an angle measurement, too.
It’s called a “full angle”. [Cirlce with eyes]
It’s twice the size of a straight angle and
measures 360-degrees. [Dino pointing at a blackboard]
And what about the angles that are more than 180-degrees but less than 360-degrees?
Math’s not gonna let them fall through the cracks. [Angle falls down then comes back up]
We call those “reflex angles.”
And they're the real winners here, because they get the coolest name of the bunch.
So now you know.
Angles are everywhere, hiding in plain sight… [The light shines on the angles in the dark room]
…Seriously, can someone get these things a lamp?