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# Rotation Worksheets

Our printable rotation worksheets have numerous practice pages to rotate a point, rotate triangles, quadrilaterals and shapes both clockwise and counterclockwise (anticlockwise). In addition, pdf exercises to write the coordinates of the graphed images (rotated shapes) are given here. These handouts are ideal for students of grade 5 through high school. Swing your practice wheels with our free worksheets!

Task 5th grade children to follow the instructions and rotate the shape in the clockwise or counterclockwise direction with a single quarter or half turn and draw it in the space provided.

In these printable worksheets, 6th grade and 7th grade students need to draw the shapes, following the specifications carefully; turning them half or quarter multiple times in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions.

In these rotation worksheet pdfs for grade 6 and grade 7, graph the image of each point according to the given rule. Each worksheet has eight problems for practice.

Rotate the given point about the origin (clockwise or anticlockwise) and choose the correct response from the given multiple choices.

Rotate each shape clockwise or counterclockwise about the origin to draw the image of the shape on the given grid.

In these printable grade 8 worksheets, rotate each triangle according to the given instruction. Graph the new position of the rotated triangle.

Shapes with four sides and points (quadrilaterals) are shown. Sketch the image of the given shape after rotation.

Write a rule to describe each rotation. Mention the degree of rotation (90° or 180°) and the direction of rotation (clockwise or counterclockwise).

Write the Coordinates: With Graph

Rotate each shape. Graph the image obtained and label it. Also write the coordinates of the image. Each pdf worksheet has six problems for 8th grade and high school students.

The coordinates of a figure are given in these printable handouts. Make the desired rotation and write down the new coordinates of the rotated image.

Multiple Choice: Rotate the Shapes

Rotate the given shapes clockwise or anticlockwise and choose the correct image from the multiple choices.