Take a deep dive into angles in quadrilaterals with this worksheet.
In section A pupils will find missing angles in trapezia, parallelograms and a kite before considering what they notice about these angles such as opposite angles being equal.
Section B is made up of three irregular quadrilaterals and learners will calculate one missing angle in each.
Next students will combine other angle facts such as angles on a straight line and vertically opposite angles with what they know about angles in quadrilaterals to calculate missing angles in four multistep problems in section C.
Lastly, students will show that a trapezium is isosceles through guided proof.