This Math Transformations PowerPoint is an animated slideshow. It was made to show students what happens to shapes when they are translated, reflected, and rotated. For each of the three types of transformations, there are two different shapes to show how they change. One is a fish, and one is pencil.
When running the PowerPoint, there are minimal clicks needed, except for the rotation slides. Those need more clicks to show up to three rotations for the same object. Other than that, each page pretty much is set to run through all of the motions. You will just need to click to bring up a new page.
You might also like a set of Transformation Posters. The graphics, font, and colors match the PowerPoint. They're helpful in math notebooks and as posters displayed on a wall or bulletin board.
Math Transformations Posters
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