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A set of geometry worksheets for teaching students about different types of shape movements - translation, rotation, and reflection.
See also: Flip, Slide, and Turn Worksheets.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Describe each movement as a translation, rotation, or reflection.Translation, Rotation, Reflection - 2 Free
Tell whether each shape was translated, rotated, or reflected. Includes examples.Reflection, Rotation, Translation - 3
Examine the first shape, then label its translation, rotation, and reflection.Drawing Reflections, Rotations, Translations
Draw the rotation, translation, or reflection of each shape on the dotted grid paper.
Copy this page on card stock. Students cut the shapes, then trace the reflection, translation, and rotation.Alphabet - Rotations, Translations, Reflections
Determine whether each letter was rotated, translated, or reflected.
See Also:Slide, Flip, Turn Worksheets
These worksheets feature the same skills as translations, reflections, and rotations, but the vocabulary is suited for younger students