I created this reference angles interactive notebook page for my trigonometry students.

I stole the bowtie idea off of pinterest. Reference angles are always part of the “bowtie.”

I’ve also reformatted this page of notes as a Reference Angles foldable.

You can give your students some much-needed practice with reference angles using my Trigonometry Reference Angles Activity called “Odd One Out.”

## More Activities for Teaching Trigonometry

- Paper Plate Angle Spinners for Trigonometry
- Trig Reference Angles Activity: Odd One Out
- Evaluating Trig Functions Tarsia Puzzle
- 27 Hands-On Trigonometry Activities
- 5 Free Printable Trigonometry Posters
- Unit Circle Bingo Game
- Quadrants Unlocked Activity
- Printable Radian Sectors
- Trigonometry Calculator Skills Pop Quiz
- Odd One Out Coterminal Angles Activity
- Deriving the Unit Circle Foldable
- Trigonometry Puzzle