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Students will practice finding the transformation equation and graph cards that match the transformation description described from the quadratic parent function.
Transformation descriptions include: 2 horizontal translations, 4 vertical translations, 1 reflection in the x-axis, 1 horizontal shrin

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A handy guide for students to reference while practicing transformations of quadratic functions (graphing from vertex form).
I use this graphic organizer as a way to review the concepts before assessments. It can also be given at the beginning of the unit for students to reference throughout, or it

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This is a foldable designed for interactive math notebooks. There are also 2 bonus pages of practice problems for the students to do, as well!
This foldable walks students through the process of the following transformations:
Each graph starts with the parent graph of y = x^2.
1. Vertical - def

Also included in: Algebra 1 - Quadratics Graphing, Vertex Form, Formula, Foldable Task Card Bundle

Transforming Quadratic Functions: Translating/Shifts, Vertical stretch or compression and reflection over the x-axis.
There are two parts to this lesson. First there is an overview of how
a, h, and k relate to transforming the parent quadratic function in vertex form, followed by several practice

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These fill-in-the-blank notes cover the following transformations of quadratic functions (key included):
-Translations (horizontal and vertical)
-Reflections
-Stretches
-Compressions

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This is a set of 32 matching task cards.
The cards are broken into 4 categories:
1. Function
2. Table
3. Graph
4. Vertex
All of the quadratic functions are shown in vertex form. I would recommend printing the pages with the flipping side being the shorter side so that the answer key coding i

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Also included in: Algebra 1 - Quadratics Graphing, Vertex Form, Formula, Foldable Task Card Bundle

This in-depth package includes explanations and examples of all types of quadratic transformations as well as the process of Step Pattern with examples and explanations. As an added bonus there are several practice problems for the students to try on their own.
This package can be given as individu

Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces transformations of the quadratic parent function in vertex form. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for students to collaborate and create and manipulate, the practice sheet can

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Students will have a blast completing these 10 stations in this cycling activity requiring them to analyze transformations of quadratic functions in vertex, word, and standard form.

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My Algebra 1 students are expected to understand how to transform a quadratic function (by reflection, vertical stretch/compression, and translation), so I wrote this worksheet to help them understand how to transform the basic parent function y = x^2.
It will really help if they have a graphing ca

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This worksheet can be used as additional practice, review, or a quiz.
It has a total of 7 multiple-choice questions on the following:
* Vertical shifts
* Horizontal shifts
* Reflection across x-axis
* Vertical stretch
* Vertical compression
Students have to identify the transformations from a give

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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on transformations of quadratic functions.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today's lesson will be about. I have found it incredibly helpful to project a graph on my screen using desmos.

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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on transformations of quadratic functions.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today's lesson will be about. I have found it incredibly helpful to project a graph on my screen using desmos.

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Students use a graphing calculator to graph various quadratic functions. Each page highlights a specific parameter (a, b, c, or d) change in the equation f(x) = a(bx - c)^2+d. At the bottom of each page students draw conclusion about the effects each parameter change has on the graph of quadratic fu

I wrote this worksheet to extend the original worksheet on transforming quadratic functions: this worksheet emphasizes vertical compression/stretching, as well as reflection across the x-axis, in addition to translating left/right/up/down.
I use this activity within cooperative groups, and I circul

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This is a quick reference sheet to be completed with students that describes the transformations of quadratic functions, including domain, range, vertex and axis of symmetry.

**This Vertical Transformations of Quadratic Functions Foldable and Card Sort resource can be purchased in a BUNDLE at a discounted price here***
This foldable and card sort focuses on quadratic transformations that involve vertical stretches and shrinks, vertical translations, and reflections over

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**This Horizontal Transformations of Quadratic Functions Foldable and Card Sort resource can be purchased in a BUNDLE at a discounted price here***
This foldable and card sort focuses on quadratic transformations that involve horizontal stretches and shrinks, horizontal translations, and reflection

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This colorful handouts can add some flair to student notebooks! This handout includes:
Transformations of Quadratic Functions: This handout talks about vertex form and all of the transformations on a quadratic.
This handout is the same on two pages in order to print side by side to fit into an int

This is a 35 page PowerPoint presentation on the affects changing a, x, and k has on Quadratic Functions.Students learn that Quadratic Functions can shift horizontally, vertically, reflect, and also shrink and stretch. There is practice writing the transformation, writing the quadratic function, and

A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of quadratic functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your clas

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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on transformations of quadratic functions.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today's lesson will be about. I have found it incredibly helpful to project a graph on my screen using desmos.

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Print off the posters containing all of the properties of transformed quadratic equations and hang them around the room. At the start of each round, students must pick a poster property to stand under. Then, display a new quadratic function. As a class, they need to determine which transformations a

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This activity contains teaching tips and necessary background to have students model transformations of quadratic functions.
Interactive simulations (free to download) used in the lab make it an appealing and engaging learning environment.

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