# Transformations Worksheets – New & Engaging

## Transformations Worksheets

### How Do You Do Rotations?

The image shows the rotation of A mapped onto the image B about the origin (0,0), 90° clockwise.

### Describing Rotations

When describing rotations we must give three facts. 1. The centre of rotation, 2. the angle of rotation and 3. the direction of rotation, clockwise or anti-clockwise.

### Transformations - Translations

The image below shows shape A mapped onto shape B as a translation. A has moved 5 right and 4 down. Translations can also be described as column vectors.

## Describing Translations

When describing translations its important to state 1. the movement left or right, 2. the movement up or down. This movement can be writen as a column vector, for example.

### What Is An Example of A Reflection?

A has been reflected to image B. The line of symmetry is the x-axis.

## Describing Reflections

When describing reflections we must state the line of symmetry.

## Transformations - Enlargements

Shape A has been enlarged to shape B. The centre of enlargement is (-4,5) and the scale factor is 2.

## Describing Enlargements

When describing enlargements the centre of enlargement is written as a co-ordinate point. The scale factor is written as a whole number, also known as an integer.

For Circles Cazoomy Worksheets try: Circles Worksheets. For Similar Shapes Cazoomy Worksheets try: Similar Shapes Worksheets. For Constructions Cazoomy Worksheets try: Constructions Worksheets.