Pupils must draw rotations of various shapes on a grid in these tasks for KS2 Maths. Ideal starter and plenary activities. Another free resource from 12xtables.co.uk
Four worksheets for students to practice working with the concept of rotating around a point. The first two involves the idea of rotating a shape a half turn around a point. There are 6 exercises on each of 2 sheets, graduating in difficulty. The second sheet is slightly more challenging than the first. The third worksheet involves the idea of rotating a shape a quarter turn once clockwise around a point. There are 6 exercises on the sheet, graduating in difficulty. The fourth involves the idea here is rotating two shapes around a point - one shape does a half turn, the other shape does a quarter turn. There are 6 exercises on the sheet, graduating in difficulty. Answer sheets are included. If you would like to check out each resource on its own please click on the links below. Rotating shapes a Half turn a and a Quarter turn around a Point Rotate a shape a Half Turn around a Point Rotating a Shape a Quarter Turn around a Point
Rotating shapes on a grid - differentiated for lower and middle/higher, used in year 5 class. Children to be provided with tracing paper.
Animated PowerPoint demonstrating how to rotate a shape with or without tracing paper
Draw rotationsof various shapes on a grid. Another free resource from 12xtables.co.uk
Some activities to help children explore and understand rotational symmetry with familiar 2D shapes. Included in this resource is: Rotational Symmetry Worksheet featuring 2 circle protractors and a grid for children to complete the shape name, angle of rotation and order of rotational. Children will also need the Rotational Shapes Sheet to cut out and attach to their protractors with a split pin. We used black shapes and glued these to the sheets before using a coloured set to rotate on the pin. These sheets are available in white, black and coloured. If you don’t want to print these, children could trace around a set of shapes you have in the classroom. Children rotate the shape to measure the angle of rotation and work out how many rotations can be completed to bring the shape to its original position. To follow this, is the Blank Circle Template, which children can use to create their own circular rotational pattern.
The first lesson is all about lines of symmetry. The second part is about order of rotations. You will need tracing paper.
A student-friendly power-point presentation that shows very clearly the two types of symmetry - line and rotational. It contains excellent visual effects showing clearly how symmetry works. An invaluable introduction to symmetry for KS2 as well as a reminder for KS3 pupils.
Can your children rotate the shapes around the point shown on each coordinate grid? Two pages are included (with a total of twelve questions) and answers are also included for teachers and self-checking. Find more resources like this in our Coordinates Pack at http://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/
This is a whole lesson on Rotational Symmetry and comes with an excellent worksheet and activities. This lesson is ready to go, with no prep required. This lesson is also great for distance or home learning and flipped learning. 17-slide presentation + ORIGINAL VIDEO CONTENT + worksheet. The lesson includes: + a starter + learning objectives (differentiated) + keywords + great teaching slides (with lots of custom animation) + lots of very clear examples + FULL ORIGINAL VIDEO CONTENT (8 MINS) + MWB activities + worksheet (with answers) + Plenary Geometry - All Lessons LASTLY: This lesson is flat packed for copyright purposes Please provide a RATING with written feedback Please email email@example.com if there are any issues.
Worksheet and PowerPoint on Rotation. The PowerPoint shows shapes being rotated including tracing paper being put over the shape. Highly visual. **2022 Update: PowerPoint now has a diagnostic quiz at the start to cover prior knowledge. (Use mini white boards) The worksheet has been improved to make it more clear.
This is a whole lesson on Rotation that has a lot of custom animation to show students how to rotate and how to use tracing paper. This lesson is very thorough and comes with an excellent worksheet. This lesson is ready to go, with no prep required. It is also great for home learning. 33-slide presentation + resources. The lesson comes with: a Starter (an interesting fact) Learning Objectives (differentiated) keywords superb teaching slides (lots of custom animation) lots of examples Worksheet (with answers) Plenary (transformation poster to support student notes) - comes with poster proforma ALL LESSONS on Transformations are available as a BUNDLE from the link below or All LESSONS on Geometry in one MEGA BIG Bundle: Transformations BUNDLE (5 lessons) Geometry: All Lessons LASTLY: This lesson is flat packed for copyright purposes. Please provide a RATING with written feedback. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any issues and we will respond within 48 hours.
Double sided worksheet to support students learning to rotate shapes using tracing paper. The sheet consists of lots of shapes with a center of rotation highlighted and direction and amount of rotation given. This worksheet has been brilliant with my classes in building confidence through plenty of consolidation and has maintained students focus.
These printable worksheets make it easier to teach this topic as the questions and solutions can just be projected onto a board or screen to work through or check as a class. This is suitable for the new GCSE spec (includes invariant points). I normally work through the first worksheet as an example and then set the second worksheet (12 pages) as a task for the class to do on their own. Solutions included.
For GCSE students for better understand of Transformation (Rotation) of shapes
A worksheet for students to practice working with the rotation concept. The idea here is rotating a shape around a point. There are various exercises, graduating in difficulty. Answer sheet is included.
Whole lesson plus two worksheets embedded into the flipchart.
Two worksheets for students to practice working with the rotation concept. The idea here is rotating a shape a half turn around a point. There are 6 exercises on each sheet, graduating in difficulty. Sheet two is slightly more challenging than sheet 1. Answer sheets are included.
Full detailed lesson plan with Activity starter, worksheet, differentiation, assessment, plenary and interactive lesson
Year 4 Stage 2 Mathematics Geometry: 2D Shape - Translate, Rotate & Reflect Shapes A single worksheet Year 4 Mathematics Australian & New South Wales Curriculum Syllabus content focus: › MA2 15MG manipulates, identifies and sketches two-dimensional shapes, including special quadrilaterals, and describes their features Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Mathematics Program
An excellent lesson on Rotation where students can learn to accurately draw images that result from rotating objects. A cart sort activity for starter to get students to familiarize with rotation and the Maths terminology used to describe the rotation. Also, answers are provided. Students will also learn the important Mathematical vocabulary to describe the rotations. Assessment materials to check for students understanding. Then, followed by the activity and worksheet for students to practice their rotation skill and drawing the rotation of an object. Extension is also provided to stretch the most able students (Rotations with different center points, transformation and directions). Lastly, plenary is also provided to summarize the learning and tests students understanding. Presentation, starter, plenary, worksheet, activity, answers of Rotation lesson