Your students will have fun creating reflections across the x- and y-axis using Microsoft Word!
This activity usually takes my sixth graders about 45 minutes, including the time I take to walk them through all the directions on my Smart Board.
I have included several student examples that you can share with your students. You will also receive a teacher direction page, a student direction page, and a student template.
Each student will need access to a computer with Microsoft Word. The directions are editable, so you can choose to post the template however you choose, on your website, on Google Drive, or whatever suits your needs.
Want more fun geometry activities for 6th grade? Check out the Secret Message Math - Distance on the Coordinate Plane
activity. Or, have fun building a city with the Volume Village
project! Your students can also use their creativity and combine art with math to create their own Geometryville