First things first, prioritize major topics with our printable compilation of 8th grade math worksheets with answer keys. Pursue conceptual understanding of topics like number systems, expressions and equations, work with radicals and exponents, solve linear equations and inequalities, evaluate and compare functions, understand similarity and congruence, know and apply the Pythagorean Theorem, find volume and surface area, develop an understanding of statistics and probability and much more. Our free math worksheets for grade 8 students make sure they start right!

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Explore 90+ Eighth Grade Transformation Worksheets

Translation on Graphs | Writing Coordinates

Get ready for some fun as students translate shapes in these pdfs, sliding each figure in the said direction: up or down, left or right. With this done, what remains is, writing the coordinates of the shifted image.

Reflection Across the Axes | Mirror Line

Draw each shape across the mirror line, reflecting it horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, labeling each corner appropriately.

Rotating Images on a Graph | Writing the Coordinates

Turn the image 90° or 180° in the clockwise or counterclockwise direction, graph the shape and write its coordinates.

Identifying Coordinates after Transformation

Reflect, rotate, or translate as instructed and choose the position of the specified coordinates after transformation from four options.

Drawing Dilated Shapes Using the Scale Factor

Multiply each coordinate by the scale factor and construct the dilated image which is either stretched or shrunk from the center of origin.

Writing Coordinates after Translation

Move each coordinate in the directions mentioned and write the coordinates formed after translation.

Writing Coordinates after Reflection

Write the new coordinates obtained after reflecting each of them across the indicated line or axis.

Identifying the Type of Dilation

Recognize the type of dilation, if the scale factor is greater than 1, the image is enlarged, and if it is between 0 and 1, it is reduced.

Rotation | Writing the Rules

Observe the type of transformation each figure has been subjected to and figure out the rule that best describes it.

Transformation on a Graph | Writing the Coordinates

Transform each shape on the coordinate plane as described, sketch the image and write the new coordinates.