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# PATTY PAPER ACTIVITY REFLECTIONS

A Transformation's Adventure with Patty Paper: Exploring
Meant for students with limited access to technology, it uses patty paper as a principal resource. Translations, reflections and rotations will be explained and practiced with this inexpensive element, emphasizing the properties preserved during those transformations and, without sacrificing precision, allowing students to differentiate between[PDF]
Reflections with Patty Paper - UH
Reflections with Patty Paper L FIG. 1 B A D C L FIG. 2 D' A' C' B' B A D C Instructions: 1. Draw a diagonal across a piece of patty paper and label it L. 2. On one side of the diagonal, draw a quadrilateral (not a square or rectangle) and label it
Simple Reflections with Patty Paper - YouTube
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Michael Serra: Patty Paper® Geometry
Discovering Geometry author Michael Serra brings discovery through paper-folding activities to the classroom with his exciting book Patty Paper® Geometry. Transformational Geometry (reflections, rotations, and translations) have become a significant part of the new geometry course in the Common Core State Standards. Constructions are performed[PDF]
Hands-On Strategies for Transformational Geometry
Reflections 1. a. Draw a simple polygon on a sheet of patty paper. Then draw a line on the patty paper outside the figure and place a point on the line. b. On a second sheet of patty paper, trace the polygon, the line of reflection and the point. c. Flip the second piece of patty paper [PDF]
MATHLINKS GRADE 8 STUDENT PACKET 13 TRANSLATIONS
Translations, Rotations, and Reflections 13.1 Translations MathLinks: Grade 8 (Student Packet 13) 2 TWO-SIDED TRANSFER TECHNIQUE You will need a sheet of patty paper, a straightedge, and a pencil for this activity.[PDF]
Translation and Reflection - doeinia
Reflection Activity Sheet Name Date 1. Graph and connect these points: (2,2) (3,4) (6,2) (6,4). 2. On your patty paper, trace the x-axis, the y-axis, and the trapezoid. Reflect the trapezoid across the y-axis by folding the patty paper along the y-axis. Transfer the trapezoid to the graph paper.[PDF]
AN INTRODUCTION TO TRANSFORMATIONS
two hands-on activities: a patty paper translation and a rubber band dilation. They learn that a transformation is a mapping of the plane onto itself, and some of the basic properties of isometries and dilations. They link the concept of congruency to isometries and the concept[PDF]
Rotation; Geometry; 7 - doeinia
Rotation Activity Sheet Name Date 1. Graph and connect these points: (2,2) (3,4) (6,2) (6,4). 2 . On your patty paper, trace the x-axis, the y-axis, and the trapezoid. Rotate the entire piece of patty paper 90° counterclockwise about the origin. Transfer the trapezoid to the graph paper.[PDF]
“Translation” Classroom Activities
“Translation” Classroom Activities Short description: Learn the meaning of the geometric term “translation” and see several examples in this animated “Math Shorts” video. Long description: In this animated “Math Shorts” video, learn about translation, which describes one way a geometric shape can move on a coordinate plane.
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