# bearings worksheets

## Bearings Worksheets

There are 5 bearings worksheets. Bearing worksheet 1 contains 3 sections involving measuring bearings with a protractor. Bearings worksheet 2 is a sketching and describing bearings exercise. Bearings worksheet 3 is a calculating bearings worksheet using a calculator and bearings worksheet 4 is involves harder calculations. Bearings worksheet 5 involves bearings and scale word questions.

## Bearings Worksheets Example 1

A compass has four primary directional points. A cool mnemonic to remember is Never, Eat, Shredded, Wheat. You may know some of your own from Primary school. Share with your neighbour.

## Bearings Worksheets Example 2

After we learn about angles on parallel lines we can do really cool stuff with bearings without having to measure them. When measuring bearings remember we always turn clockwise from north. Naturally, clockwise is the direction a clock turns! We suggest you revise angles on parallel lines before engaging with the calculating bearings worksheets below.
For angles on parallel lines worksheets try here: Angles on Parallel Lines Worksheets.

Bearings Cazoomy Maths Worksheet and Answers 1

Measuring Bearings Cazoomy Worksheet and Answers
9-1 GCSE Foundation
Year 8

£1.00
Bearings Cazoomy Maths Worksheet and Answers 4

Calculating Bearings B with and without clues (angles on parallel line implied) Cazoomy Worksheet and Answers
9-1 GCSE Foundation
Year 9

£1.00
Bearings Cazoomy Maths Worksheet and Answers 2

Sketching and Describing Bearings Cazoomy Worksheet and Answers
9-1 GCSE Foundation
Year 8

£1.00
Bearings Cazoomy Maths Worksheet and Answers 5

Bearings and Scale Word Problems (2 pages) Cazoomy Worksheet and Answers
9-1 GCSE Foundation
Year 9

£1.00
Bearings Cazoomy Maths Worksheet and Answers 3

Calculating Bearings A (angles around a point, angles on straight line and basic corresponding and alternate) Cazoomy Worksheet and Answers
9-1 GCSE Foundation
Year 8

£1.00

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