# Transformation In Math

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...

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

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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!

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OMG! This is hilarious, but it REALLY teaches kids about rotations! The little bird at the beginning cracks me up!

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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.

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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!

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