# 8th Grade Common Core: 8.G.2

Common Core Identifier: 8.G.2 / Grade: 8
Curriculum: Geometry: Understand Congruence And Similarity Using Physical Models, Trans- Parencies, Or Geometry Software.
Detail: Understand that a two-dimensional figure is congruent to another if the second can be obtained from the first by a sequence of rotations, reflections, and translations; given two congruent figures, describe a sequence that exhibits the congruence between them.
17 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Tell whether the pairs of shapes are congruent or not congruent.  Then, color the congruent sets.
Tell whether each pair of shapes is congruent or not congruent.
Tell whether each pair of shapes is congruent or not congruent.
Tell whether each pair of shapes is congruent or not congruent.
Tell whether each shape can be tessellated. Write yes or no on the line.
Tell whether each shape was translated, rotated, or reflected.  Includes examples.
Determine whether each letter was rotated, translated, or reflected.
Draw tessellations on graph paper for one of the pentominoes shown. Includes examples.
Describe each movement as a translation, rotation, or reflection.
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.
Copy this worksheet on card stock, cut out the images, and use them as patterns for tessellations. Tell which figures can be tessellated and which ones cannot.
Tell whether each shale can tessellate. Write yes or no for each shape shown.
Examine the first shape, then label its translation, rotation, and reflection.
Create a tessellation pattern on construction by cutting a shape from a three-by-three square of paper and using it as a traceable pattern.
Determine whether each polygon can be tessellated. Write yes or no on each line.
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