Printable Protractor

I can never find a protractor. I am sure we have at least one in the house but it is never there when I need it. And if you are like me, you are always wanting to find out the angle of something! Protractors are really like reading glasses, you should have at least one in every room. Now thanks to Doodles and Jots you can live that dream without breaking the bank.

printable protractor

Today I am sharing a printable protractor. Click on the image above to open the PDF printable. Print on translucent vellum or acetate for best results but card stock or regular printer paper will work too especially if you print it in multiple sizes. You can do that by changing the scale when printing (something you couldn’t do with length measurements). This should provide hours of measuring fun for you and your kids. Enjoy!

After you have determined the angle of everything in your house why not sneak a little angle education into your story time tonight with this fun book we loved…

For lots more math fun check this really cool book from Usborne!

And to learn more about triab

Other printables in this series:


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    • Great and thanks for sharing! I might follow it up with a printable with angles you can measure.

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