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Transformations Resource

The students created Transformation Cubes in order to take notes on the four types of transformations in math (dilation, rotation, reflection, and translation). Each side of the foldable has the de...

from Smart Chick Teacher's Blog

Transformations Resource

Transformation Cubes: in order to take notes on the four types of transformations in math (dilation, rotation, reflection, and translation). Each side of the foldable has the definition and an example. The cube folds easy for flat storage in their math journals!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Math Enrichment Problems(Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Transformations) - 6th Grade

Math enrichment task cards (Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Transformations) for 6th grade math. Includes 1-3 challenge problems for 10 different geometry topics. Great for use in math workshop or for students who finish early! This product can also be used with advanced 5th graders or as review in 7th grade math. Other topics available in my TPT store (Alex O'Connor).

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Math Enrichment Problems(Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Transformations) - 6th Grade

Math enrichment task cards (Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Transformations) for 6th grade math. Includes 1-3 challenge problems for 10 different geometry topics. Great for use in math workshop or for students who finish early! This product can also be used with advanced 5th graders or as review in 7th grade math. Other topics available in my TPT store (Alex O'Connor).

Fractal: Orbit Trap-A rich set of over 500 built-in functions/methods are included, and you can develop your own library of functions/methods for use throughout the application. Built-in functions include math functions, geometry functions, trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, array functions, debug methods, random number functions, polynomial functions, root-finding methods, color functions, gradient functions, texture functions, (color) controller functions, transformation access…

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This is a fun way to practice a skill. It can be done with a partner or individually.Topics:-Expressing dilations, translations, rotations and reflections in algebraic representations-Describing the effects of dilations on perimeter and area-Find scale factor -Recognize which transformations preserve congruency and orientationIf you like this product please follow me and visit my store atA Math Mindset

from Top Notch Teaching

Ideas For Teaching Your Students About Polygons

Here you'll find some fun ideas for teaching your students about polygons, including free activity sheets you could use in a math center. http://topnotchteaching.com/lesson-ideas/polygons/

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A Pixar math whiz explains the equations that bring Woody, Nemo and the rest of your favorite characters to life. #TEDEd. Good video for transformations

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