Transformation Worksheets: Translation, Reflection and Rotation
Exercise this myriad collection of printable transformation worksheets to explore how a point or a two-dimensional figure changes when it is moved along a distance, turned around a point, or mirrored across a line. Encompassing basic transformation practice on slides, flips, and turns, and advanced topics like translation, rotation, reflection, and dilation of figures on coordinate grids, these pdf worksheets on transformation of shapes help students of grade 1 through high school sail smoothly through the concept of rigid motion and resizing. Access some of these worksheets for free!
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In these worksheets identify the image which best describes the transformation (translation, reflection or rotation) of the given figure. Ideal for grade 5 and grade 6 children.
Each grid has the figure and the image obtained after transformation. Write, in each case the type of transformation undergone. Recommended for 6th grade and 7th grade students.
Rotate, reflect and translate each point following the given rules. Grade 7 students should choose the correct image of the transformed point.
The coordinates of a point are given. Perform the required transformation and check mark the correct choice.
Translate, reflect or rotate the shapes and draw the transformed image on the grid. Each printable worksheet has eight practice problems.
Draw the transformed image of each triangle. The type of transformation to be performed is described above each question.
Let the high school students translate each quadrilateral and graph the image on the grid. Label the quadrilateral after transformation.
Two types of transformation have been performed to each figure. Middle school children should choose the correct transformations undergone.
Identify the transformation undergone by the figure and write a rule to describe each of them.
Perform the required transformation for each figure and graph it. Also write the coordinates of the image obtained. Suitable for 8th graders.
The coordinates of the figure are given. Write down the coordinates of the vertices of the image after transformation.