# Transformations math

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### Description Included is a freebie on transformations rules (reflections, rotations, translations, and dilations). You can have students place the cheat sheet in their interactive notebooks, or you can laminate the cheat sheet and use it year after year!

Laura Trantham saved to 7th grade math

### Right now my 8th grade pre-algebra classes are working through our unit on transformations. Rotations have proved to be a difficult concept for them to grasp so I started searching blogs looking for ideas. I was inspired by a table in a foldable that Nancy at geometry gems had on her site. I knew I wanted to create that table for my students to place in their interactive notebooks as quick reference on how to graph rotations. We started with a pre-image in the first quadrant so they could…

TracieandJoe Skok saved to Education/School Ideas

### Here’s a simple idea for demonstrating geometric rotations in the coordinate plane to your 8th grade math students with a template (linked in the post), a pencil and a hole punch. scaffoldedmath.com

### Need a little help teaching your 5th, 6th, 7th grade math class about transformations? This bulletin board poster will look GREAT on your word wall and will really help your class!

### File for the Post: Book of Transformations I wanted to share a newly created resource that I made before it is too late for some teachers to use. I made this "Book of Transformations" for my students to use this year. In the middle column, I am going to have students write out the rule (with help from their reference sheet). To make copies: Print out document and copy 1-2 sided in the order that the pages come out. (If you need extra help, let me know!) Sorry for being MIA, but it has been…

Karissa Hammock saved to Lesson Ideas - Math

### These FREE 36 transformation task cards are perfect to make sense of and reinforce transformations and coordinate rules. There are 12 matching sets covering rotations, reflections, dilations and translations. Each set includes a visual of the transformation, the corresponding coordinate rule, and a written explanation of the transformation. These are perfect to make sense of transformations as well as to reinforce the concepts.

Wilcox's Way saved to Geometry

### Objectives : Define reflection, rotation, translation, and dilation Identify the type of transformation performed on a given figure Determine the new coordinates of a figure that has been reflected,...

Tammy Steele saved to teach.