**UPDATE** I have corrected typos, added number of units and direction to the solution slides for transformations, and made the final challenge problem a little easier instead of using fractions since this is intended to be an introduction to the transformation and vertex form concepts.
This presentaion includes warm-up for moving the monster (related to the Move the Monster presentation), goes over reflections first, then introduces axis of symmetry, vertex, and x-intercept and y-intercept (since those are more interesting to look at than domain and range) . Then, it moves through h and k transformations (vertical and horizontal translations) and introduces the vertex form. There are a couple of slides that say pick a number between -10 and 10 for h and k and then graph the new equation to get the students involved in creating the equation and graphing. Finally, it goes through stretches and compressions and the full vertex form of the equation (including a, h, and k).The presentation ends with three problems at the end for writing the vertex form from words. (The last problem is school and rival specific, so you should edit that to be your school and rival instead).
For each transformation, there are three slides: the first is just the parent function; the second is the parent function, the new transformed function in a different color, and the coordinates; the third is the full solution filled in with vertex, axis, x-intercept, y-intercept. To create a student powerpoint, delete the solution slides or just download the student powerpoint (also available on tpt).