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Rotations

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1. Rotations

2. Rotations are when one object moves to another place. It’s almost like when you rotate to different classes during the day.

3. Shapes can be rotated!They rotate 90⁰, 180⁰, 270⁰ and 360⁰. These are also known as one quarter turn, half turn, three quarter turn and a full turn.

4. Before we rotate, let’s review clockwise and counterclockwise.

5. Clockwise

6. Counterclockwise

7. Let’s check out some websites that show rotations.

8. http://www.misterteacher.com/rotations.htmlhttp://www.analyzemath.com/Geometry/rotation.htmlhttp://www.misterteacher.com/rotations.htmlhttp://www.analyzemath.com/Geometry/rotation.html

10. Find your start point. Rotate 180⁰( half turn) clockwise.

11. Find your start point. Rotate 270 or 360⁰ (three quarter turn or full turn)clockwise.

12. Now rotate counterclockwise (backwards) after you find your start point.First, 90⁰ counterclockwise.

13. Now rotate 180⁰ counterclockwise (half turn).

14. And rotate one full turn counterclockwise (360⁰).

15. Awesome! Now let’s do some more practice!

16. Now, rotate the top shape 90⁰ clockwise.Rotate the bottom shape 90⁰ counterclockwise.

17. OK, now rotate your top shape 180⁰ counterclockwise and your bottom shape 90⁰ clockwise.(Make sure your start points are together.)

18. Wow! Great job!Now one more…

19. Turn your bottom shape 360⁰ clockwise and your top shape 360⁰ counterclockwise.

20. Ok, ok…one more!Turn your top shape 180⁰ clockwise. Turn your bottom shape 90⁰ clockwise.

21. You are now expert rotators!

22. Let’s check this out…http://exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=c69ae025-e8f5-4d92-a780-7533ebb093a5