Translations, Reflections, Rotations ... Oh my! Distinguishing these can be so confusing for students. And when a figure is reflected across a line parallel to an axis, what is the difference between x=2 and y=2? Is that the same as (2,0) and (0,2)? These additional sources of confusion are also addressed in this card game. The game has 48 cards: 8 each of translations, reflections, and rotations, and the corresponding word cards. First students separate the cards into the three categories, and then they match the descriptions. In the process, they see that a translation moves vertically/horizontally, a rotation needs a point, and a reflection needs a line. Ideally students are working with a partner, so they are speaking the words and concepts. This becomes a spoken, kinesthetic activity, and helps all students - including English Language Learners - to conceptualize an important Common Core concept. Whether you are introducing or reinforcing the concept of transformations, this is an activity that both you and your students will love.