Hands on coordinate planes. Fun. Students toss two dice, form a coordinate pair and place a marker on that intersection. Students alternate turns, each trying to be the first to get four markers in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Use this set of 40 Task Cards to help your students review Translations, Rotations and Reflections in the First Quadrant of the Cartesian Plane. Students will identify Transformations, practice reading and drawing Ordered Pairs along with drawing and describing Transformations. Includes Recording Sheet and Answer Key.
Here is a quick and easy way to use QR codes in your class and also review plane and solid shapes!Use a QR reader app to scan the codes. Each code will say the name of a plane or solid shape. The clues have the write the name of the shape that they hear and then draw a picture of the shape.This covers first grade Common Core geometry standards!Please FOLLOW ME for me fun products and FREEBIES!
Check out our complete Common Core Geometry lesson on reflecting points, lines, and figures in the coordinate plane. If you are stuck on transformations and are a visual learner, then this is the perfect lesson for you! If you want to see more animated math lessons, check out and subscribe to our YouTube channel--we add new lessons every week!
Need some help with performing rotations of figures in the coordinate plane? Check out our colorful and animated CCLS geometry lesson on transformations. For more animated math lessons, check out our YouTube channel and be sure to subscribe--we add new lessons every week! :)
Hilma af Klint, Deity, 1906 An inventive geometric visual language inspired by automatic drawing. Hilma was a Swedish artist and mystic whose muses dwelled in the spirit world, asking her to paint “on the astral plane.”