This is a very general foldable for either introducing transformations of functions or for reviewing transformations of specific function families. I left the document in publisher so that it can be editable to better suit your needs in your classroom.
The idea is to give students the parent function and an example of each type of transformation (when the h-value is greater than zero or less than zero, for example). They then graph the three (or four) functions on the same graph to see how it's changed and summarize their findings on the next page. This can be pasted into an interactive notebook and referenced later as notes.
Because students create this product themselves and it's an independent discovery-type activity, they're more likely to retain the knowledge. I included a hodge-podge of functions on my foldable to use as an example, but this is very versatile, being able to use it for several function families.