### Identifying, describing & representing the position of a shape following a translation

In this lesson, we will investigate translations of shapes, describe translations using mathematical vocabulary, and the meaning of the word "congruent".

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## Lessons:

### Identifying, describing & representing the position of a shape following a translation

### Describing positions on a 2D grid as coordinates

### Describing the position of a point and translating it across 2 quadrants using coordinates

### Describing the position of a point and shape across 4 quadrants using coordinates

### Using coordinates to describe position following a translation

### Identifying, describing & representing the position of a shape following a reflection

### Using coordinates to describe position after reflection

### Reflecting shapes across the x axis and the y axis

### Exploring missing lines of symmetry following a reflection

### Exploring reflections and translations (Part 1)

### Exploring reflections and translations (Part 2)

### Exploring reflections and translations using coordinates

### Identifying missing coordinates of shapes

### Describing position following a translation with missing coordinates

### Describing position following a reflection with missing coordinates

15 lessons

In this lesson, we will investigate translations of shapes, describe translations using mathematical vocabulary, and the meaning of the word "congruent".

In this lesson, we will investigate the 1st quadrant in a coordinate system and describe new points when they have been translated.

In this lesson, we will extend the x axis so that we can investigate coordinates within the quadrants with positive and negative x values..

In this lesson, we will investigate an extended y axis to allow for negative y values, and then take a look at coordinates in all 4 quadrants.

In this lesson, we will investigate points and shapes that are translated across 4 quadrants and solve more challenging coordinate problems.

In this lesson, we will learn about a second type of transformation called reflection. We will look at how to reflect shapes across a mirror line on a squared grid.

In this lesson, we will reflect shapes within the first 2 quadrants (positive and negative x axis) using coordinates.

In this lesson, we will reflect shapes across all 4 quadrants using coordinates.

In this lesson, we will investigate a variety of shapes which have already been reflected and find where the missing line of symmetry would be.

In this lesson, we will investigate different shape transformations, and determine whether a given shape has been reflected or translated.

In this lesson, we will look at more examples of how a shape can be reflected or translated wihlst preserving its appearance.

In this lesson, we will investigate translating and reflecting shapes by comparing the coordinates without a grid.

In this lesson, we will find the missing coordinates for a vertex of a shape using knowledge of the other vertices.

In this lesson, we will find missing coordinates of a shape after it has been translated.

In this lesson, we will find missing coordinates of a shape after it has been reflected.

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- Problem solving with integer addition and subtraction
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