This packet of problems gets students to really understand how to translate functions when a graph is given to them. Eight different graphs are given, but students must create a total of 23 different translations. Approximately half of the problems ask them to translate the function on the graph through function notation, while the other half uses translation notation. Reflections (x- and y-axis), transformations (vertical and horizontal shifts), and dilations (expansions and contractions) are covered. There are more than enough problems here to give students the practice they need to master this skill. Plus, the graphs are interesting pictures that students actually enjoy re-drawing.