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Transformations math

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Transformations math. Get inspired and try out new things.

Whether we are back to school in the fall or still distance teaching, these algebra activities have you covered. I have been working to update as many of the math activities as possible with digital math activities for the blended learning classroom. You can give the same activity to students in your algebra classroom as working from home. More at scaffoldedmath.com

As I posted before, my kids have been struggling with transformations, specifically rotations.  I created this project in the hopes that creating an actual template to move around as they transform…

As I posted before, my kids have been struggling with transformations, specifically rotations. I created this project in the hopes that creating an actual template to move around as they transform…

maths transformation art

For maths we have been using our transformation skills to create a piece of mathematical art. We used squares, rectangles and triangles and had to show rotation, reflection and translation. Here are a few:

15 Ideas for Teaching Geometric Transformations

Teaching transformations in geometry can be such a fun unit! I always try to end the unit with a fun art type of activity. Some years I have time for a cool tessellations project and some years we jus

Geometric Transformations Project: Analyzing Logos ...I want to use this exact project the next time I teach transformations!!! (Symmetry, rotation, reflection, translation, dilation...)

If you're teaching transformations in geometry, this project idea is great! Students use logos to find reflections, rotations, and symmetry.

Geometric Transformations and Translations Interactive Notebook Pages for Geometry... I would *definitely* use this with an 8th grade class!!

This year, I taught geometric transformations at the end of first semester. It’s a unit that is easy to move around and I needed to fill a weird length of time before final exams. I didn’t go as in-depth this year as I have in the past, but I will have the same students again next year for Algebra 2 and can fill any holes then. First, I started with a page to introduce all of the vocab that goes with the unit. Straightforward, quick, and uninteresting. Next, I taught translations. This…

When it comes to my Transformations unit in Geometry, I have a mini-project that I like to use. First, I show different company logos in class and we talk about the different transformations we see

When it comes to my Transformations unit in Geometry, I have a mini-project that I like to use. First, I show different company logos in class and we talk about the different transformations we see