# Transformation in math

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Great description of math journaling in one classroom. Each two-page entry has the learning objective, that objective reworded by the student, what they knew beforehand, what they learned, their proof that it is so, a reflection of their choice, and a "foldable" interactive example. She even brings in left and right brain thinking by having the words and proof on the left side and the art and color on the right. :o) I definitely need to check out her other posts soon!

Teaching in Paradise: Transformations!

OMG! This is hilarious, but it REALLY teaches kids about rotations! The little bird at the beginning cracks me up!

Transformations Notebook Pages - For Love of Learning

Fun activity I did with my students. (I realized they need to practice their cutting skills....lol) DC

Transformations Notebook Pages

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Ex: draw your first initial in quad 1, translate it to quad 2, reflect it across x axis, etc

Tricks are NOT for Kids (Blog Post) Why I threw away the "rounding mountain" anchor charts, rhymes and tricks. A transformation happened in my classroom when I did.

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