I've learned more about Google Slides and Google Forms in the last month than I have learned about these digital platforms in all my years of teaching.

In this post I want to share with you two free movable posters for teaching angle pairs that are in my tpt store. You can use these posters if teaching from home or even when we are back in our brick and mortar schools with students.

Both of these digital, movable posters can be shared with students or used as teaching tools in your classroom. They can be shown remotely with Screencastify, Zoom, Google Meet or any other way you reach your students working online.

### Parallel lines cut by a transversal movable poster

This first movable poster is an update to my Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal poster and coloring page. The pieces can be dragged to their correct positions. Students can color along with your teaching or they can click and drag their pieces, too. Click here for a step-by-step on sending Google Slides to students.

The paper poster comes in color, black & white and a pattern. The pattern version is good as a print-and-go option.

### Angle pairs movable poster

Teachers had asked for a similar poster to the one above for younger students. I had one in my 7th grade math word wall but decided to pull it out as a separate download.

You can send the Google Slides to students or you can use the movable poster to teach your lesson. Or both! It's up to you.

This version comes in a color poster, a black and white poster for coloring and the new digital poster.

You can find both posters for free in the free in the angle pairs section of my tpt store.

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You are so amazing! How did you even make these?!

ReplyDeleteHow do you get the pieces to move? When I downloaded, it did not include the fourth slide as shown to make them click and drag

ReplyDeleteThere is a link inside the PDF to where you can make a copy of the digital version on Google Slides. The digital version was an update to the printable poster, so I embedded the link to it inside the PDF.

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