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Geometric transformations

Discover how to create stunning geometric transformations with these top ideas. Take your designs to the next level and bring a unique touch to your projects.
Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Math Geometry, Teaching Math, Math Activities, Teaching Life, Teaching Ideas, Reflection Geometry, Reflection Math

Last week, I wrote a post about using a hole punch to find function inverses in algebra. A few people asked on Facebook if the process would also work for geometric reflections, and it absolutely does! In this post I share an easy, hands-on method for demonstrating reflections and rotations of geometric shapes and their coordinates in the coordinate plane. The video included in the post covers reflecting over the x-axis, over the y-axis and over the line y = x. This same method will work for…

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Kimberly Reeves
Look no further for the best activities and ideas for teaching geometric transformations! There are foldables for translations, rotations, reflections, dilations, and symmetry. The project is a great way to wrap up the unit with an activity. #mrseteachesmath #transformations #geometry Geometry Lessons, Teaching Geometry, Geometry Activities, Math Geometry, Geometry Proofs, Geometry Vocabulary, Geometry Teacher, High School Math Lesson Plans, High School Math Activities

Look no further for the best activities and ideas for teaching geometric transformations! There are foldables for translations, rotations, reflections, dilations, and symmetry. The project is a great way to wrap up the unit with an activity. #mrseteachesmath #transformations #geometry

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Out of the Mill
Equation Freak: Transformations Summative Assessment Project Geometry Equations, Hs Geometry, Literal Equations, Teaching Geometry, Geometry High School, Middle School Math, Teaching Math, Math 8, Math Talk

My pre-algebra classes just finished their unit on transformations. They loved the graphing and finding something that 8th graders love to do right before winter break is worth its weight in gold! I found a mini-project that Pam at pperfectsquares shared on transformations. When I saw it, I knew I wanted to make it a summative assessment for my students. So I added a few things to Pam's mini-project and I think turned out to be a great assessment for my kids. Their homework the night before…

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Kay Neuse