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TOUCH this image: Transformation Review with Rules by Jennifer Dutton

Translation, Rotation, and Reflection Worksheets

Especially as a IS Teacher I would like to have posters around the room to help remind the students of material covered. I would also allow the students to use the posters during a test- the posters might not be the main idea of the test but it could be a part of it so it can be used as an aid.

Rotation, Reflection, Translation Math Enrichment Projects From creating an artistic landscape to making a scrapbook, students love showing their knowledge of these mathematical concepts. I have also included diagrams of each concept as well as the definition. Print and go math enrichment!$

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Ex: draw your first initial in quad 1, translate it to quad 2, reflect it, rotate it, etc

People who are brutally honest get more satisfaction out of the brutality than out of the honesty. ~Richard J. Needham

Yet by mholtzen I started using the word “Yet” with my students a couple years ago. When a child says, “But I don’t get it,” or “I can’t do this,” which happens often in my land of perfectionists, I add the word, “Yet” to the end of their declaration.

4th Grade Frolics: Rotations, Reflections, and Translations - Math Art!!

Rotations, Reflections, and Translations - Math Art