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 would help them to understand it a little better. Here are some of my favorite creations:

The kids had to create a template on the coordiante plane, then start with it in the same three spots and translate it, reflect it, and rotate it around. I loved this project!

Here are the instructions I gave for the project.

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I love this project. Can you send it to me.

Can you possibly send it to me as well? I’m having difficulty opening your link- Thanks!!!

I like your project. Can you email it to me?

I would love to have this sent to me as well. I am having difficulty opening the actually lesson.

I would love to try this project with my classes. I am having trouble opening the instructions. Is there another way I can get them?

Could I get the instructions! This looks awesome!

LOVE this!! I’m using it with my Geometry students. Thanks!

This project is great. Could you email me the directions?

This is just what I am looking for! Could you email me the instructions please? I can’t open them.

I would love the instructions will you please send them to me. I’m having trouble seeing the all the pages. Thank you.

Great Project!! Would I be able to get an emailed copy? Thanks!

This is really great! I am having trouble downloading your instructions. Would you be able to email them or post as a PDF on your blog? Thanks!

This is a really great project and would love to do it with my students!! Would you be able to email me or post a pdf of the instructions to your blog? I am having trouble viewing them from your link. Thanks!

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I am also having trouble… can you send the directions to me too?-