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Do you know the Tagalog translations of cone, sphere, parallelogram, trapezoids? Those are basic shapes in which you might not know their Tagalog terms. Read more: http://www.affordablecebu.com/load/cebu_language/shapes_mga_hugis_chart_pictures_english_to_tagalog_translation/19-1-0-29568

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Spring Math and Literacy Packet NO PREP (Kindergarten)

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Transformations. Use a deck of cards. Use two cards to represent the x and y coordinate and apply the translation/slide to the shape. Use red as negative and black as positive.

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Free Transformation Puzzles

Transformation puzzles are a fantastic way to help your students visualize and learn about translating, rotating and reflecting irregular figures.

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Rotation Tessellation (E is for Explore!)

Students can create tessellations, by using the same shape over and over but turning it, flipping or sliding it across the page.

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