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From: sue <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 2002120621:49:52 Subject: Do it in art I do transformations in Art with my 4/5's. We start with 3 smallish black construction paper squares and three larger white papers to mount on. The students cut the squares and glue the pieces down one at a time. First we do translations, then rotations, then reflections. Some of the resulting designs are really neat. Sometimes I let them cut their name into wavey stripes and "translate" or "rotate" the pieces. At the end of the unit we to a large piece starting with a black rectangle. They must show all three transformations. It's really fun to see if you can figure out how the rectangle goes back together.
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