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 definition and an example. The cube folds easy for flat storage in their math journals! This foldable could be used countless ways! All you need to do is to take two sheets of cardstock, fold them leaving a one inch or so flap hanging out. Then glue the extra part to the side of the other sheet of paper until you have make the cube! Add a little tape to the inside to hold it securely!

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