Students describe types of angles, and discuss where they might see them in math, in dance, and in the world around them. They make shapes that show right, acute, and obtuse angles. Students select a type of angle with a small group and made a group shapeline to demonstrate that angle. They observe the shapelines of other groups and identify, draw, and describe their angles. Students learn that by both studying angles in math and by dancing them, it is easier to remember how to identify them and describe their characteristics. Designed to be taught in a sequence, this is lesson two of three: 1) Parallel and Perpendicular Lines and Lines of Symmetry – Rhombus Shadowing, 2) Angles, Shapelines, 3) Transformation Dances, Translations, Reflections, and Angles.