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Day 72: Transformations Math Assessment Project

I did very little talking, but there was lots of learning! After 2 consecutive snow days, we are back in action! I introduced the lesson briefly and had students work in pairs to complete the cards...

from Greystone Art Weblog

Art & Math: Turn & rotate

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


Lots of ideas for hosting a family math night at your school! If you don't currently host one of these, they are a great way to get families excited about math and to get your message out to parents!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Transformation Stations

This station activity is used at the end of a transformation unit. As a class, we have explored translations, reflections, rotations and dilations. The stations can be used as an opportunity for students to work collaboratively in order to discuss the problems. I encourage students to use math vocabulary as much as possible.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Transformations Task Cards with or without QR Codes

Transformations Task Cards with or without QR Codes!Get your students involved with practicing Transformations! All four types are included: Reflections, Rotations, Translations, and Dilations. This is a great activity that can be used in Math Centers, as individual work, or as a group activity!