Bell Work Rigid Motion & Congruence (Geometry Bell Ringers, Warm Ups)
Who enjoys creating effective Bell Work questions every day? No teacher ever! This product is the answer to all your problems! Also called Bell Ringers, Warm-ups, Entrance Tickets, or Do-Nows, these prompts are perfect for getting your geometry students thinking mathematically about translations, reflections, rotations, and congruent triangles.
These can also be used for exit tickets, station activities, task cards, quick checks for understanding, or more.
In this product you will receive 18 days of questions, with each day having 2-6 questions. There are different versions from which you can choose:
- PDF slides for projection, 1 day per slide (INCLUDES ALL ANSWERS)
- PDF printable for student handouts, 4 per page (great for Interactive Notebooks or Task Cards)
- PowerPoint with all blank templates for you to add exactly what you need and keep a consistent look
Concepts and Skills Covered:
- transformation vocabulary (matching)
- graphing points on a coordinate plane
- graphing lines on a coordinate plane
- translating from words
- translating from coordinate and vector notation
- reflections from words
- recognizing reflections from given points
- composition with translation and reflection
- rotation about origin
- composition with rotation about non-origin and reflection
- reflectional symmetry
- corresponding parts
- determining if triangles are congruent
- proving triangles congruent by definitions and shortcuts
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