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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Printable geometry worksheets for teaching students about shape movements - flips, slides, and turns. Designed for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Tell whether each movement is a slide, flip, or turn.Flips, Slides, Turns - 2 Member
Tell whether each shape's movement is a slide, flip, or turn. Includes examples.Flips, Slides, Turns - 3 Member
Examine the first shape, then label it's slide, flip and turn.Drawing - Flips, Slides, Turns Member
Draw the flip, turn, or slide of each figure on the dotted grid paper.
Copy this page on heavy card stock. Students cut the shapes, then trace the turn, slide, and flip.Alphabet Flips, Slides, and Turns Member
Tell whether each letter has been flipped, turned, or slid.
See Also:Geometry Worksheets
Angles, shapes, symmetry, coordinate planes, and more.Translation, Rotation, and Reflection
These worksheets are just like flips, slides and turns, but uses vocabulary for older students.