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  • 01

    Registration

    • Required Student Information

  • 03

    Chapter 1: Numbers

    • Lesson 1a: Read and represent numbers up to 1 billion, discuss examples of how these numbers are used in everyday life

    • Quiz: Lesson 1a

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1a

    • Lesson 1b: Million to 1 Billion

    • Quiz: Lesson 1b

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1b

    • Lesson 2: Use a number line to read integers

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Comparing and ordering integers

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-3

  • 04

    Chapter 2: Multiplication, Divisibility, and Factoring

    • Lesson 1: Multiplying numbers up to 100

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Squares of numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Square Roots

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Divisibility Rules Part 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Divisibility Rules Part 2

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

    • Lesson 6: What is a prime number?

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Represent composite numbers as a product of their prime factors

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Using Factor Trees

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Finding the Greatest Common Factor

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Finding the Least Common Multiple

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Worksheet: Lessons 6-10

  • 05

    Chapter 3: Decimals

    • Lesson 1: Comparing and ordering decimal numbers up to thousandths

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Round decimal numbers, both terminating and repeating, to the nearest whole number

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Round decimal numbers, both terminating and repeating, to the nearest tenth

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Round decimal numbers, both terminating and repeating, to the nearest hundredth

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Adding and subtracting decimal numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Multiplying three-digit whole numbers by decimal tenths

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Divide three-digit whole numbers by decimal tenths

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Dividing decimal numbers up to thousandths by whole numbers up to 10

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Multiplying decimal numbers up to thousandths by whole numbers up to 10

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

  • 06

    Chapter 4: Fractions

    • Lesson 1: Comparing and ordering fractions

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2a: Compare and order fractions with decimals

    • Game Time! Match the Fractions.

    • Quiz: Lesson 2a

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2a

    • Lesson 2b: Compare and order fractions with decimals

    • Quiz: Lesson 2b

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2b

    • Lesson 3: Show equivalences among fractions and decimals

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Adding fractions with like denominators

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Subtracting fractions with like denominators

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Multiply whole numbers by proper fractions

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

    • Lesson 9: Divide whole numbers by proper fractions

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: All 4 operations with fractions including mixed numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-11

  • 07

    Chapter 5: Percentages

    • Lesson 1: Calculate percents of whole numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Express one quantity as a percentage of another

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Relate percentages to fractions

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Relate percentages to decimals

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

  • 08

    Chapter 6: Putting It All Together

    • Lesson 1: Compare and order decimal numbers with fractions

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Ratios and rates

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Equivalent ratios

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Relating Ratios, Rates, Percentages, Decimals, and Fractions Part 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Relating Ratios, Rates, Percentages, Decimals, and Fractions Part 2

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

  • 09

    Chapter 7: Algebra

    • Lesson 1: What is a variable? What is a monomial?

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Worksheet: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Adding monomials with a degree of 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Simplifying expressions by adding like terms

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Solving inequalities that involve addition

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Solving inequalities that involve subtraction

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

    • Lesson 6: Solving inequalities that involve multiplication

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Solving one step equations with preservation of equality (using balance, algebra tiles to demonstrate 3x = 12 or x + 5 = 11)

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Worksheet: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Evaluate expressions using substitution

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Evaluate algebraic expressions that involve whole numbers and decimal tenths

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: How to expand brackets

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Worksheet: Lessons 6-10

  • 10

    Chapter 8: Patterning

    • Lesson 1: Identify growing and shrinking patterns in visuals

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Identify growing and shrinking patterns given a set of numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Patterns using a table of values (input and output) to find patterns

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Determine pattern rules, learn how to find the nth term

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Use algebraic representations of the pattern rules to solve for unknown values

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Identify missing elements in repeating, growing, and shrinking patterns

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Identify linear patterns, understand that a line is made up from an infinite group of points which follow the same relationship

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Graphing linear inequalities

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

  • 11

    Chapter 9: Probability

    • Lesson 1: What are single outcome Probability Events (roll a dice, spin a spinner, etc)

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Using fractions, decimals, or percentages to express the probability of events happening

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Convert between fraction, decimal, and percentage

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: What is a theoretical result vs. an experimental result?

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Determining and comparing the theoretical and experimental probabilities of two independent events happening

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

  • 12

    Chapter 10: Financial Literacy

    • Lesson 1: Advantages and disadvantages of various methods of payments

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Project: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Informed decision making on saving

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Project: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Informed decision making on purchasing

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Project: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Informed decision making on earning goals and outline key steps in achieving them

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Project: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Informed decision making on financial goals saving goals and outline key steps in achieving them

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Project: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

    • Lesson 6: Factors that help or interfere with reaching financial goals

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Project: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Interest rates associated with different accounts and loans

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Project: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Fees associated with different accounts and loans

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Project: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Calculate GST

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Project: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lessons 6-9

    • Lesson 10: Solve problems involving percentage changes in value and interest

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Project: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Ways to distribute financial and other resources: trading

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Project: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Ways to distribute financial and other resources: lending

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Project: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Ways to distribute financial and other resources: borrowing

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Project: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Ways to distribute financial and other resources: donating

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Project: Lesson 14

    • Worksheet: Lessons 10-14

  • 13

    Chapter 11: Data

    • Lesson 1A: Use tally charts and frequency tables with intervals and without intervals

    • Lesson 1B: Use tally charts and frequency tables with intervals

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Discrete data (certain data) and continuous data (data that can take any value)

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Grouped and ungrouped data

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Surveys - Identifying the characteristics of a good survey

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Collecting different types of data (i.e., qualitative, discrete and continuous quantitative data)

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

  • 14

    Chapter 12: Graphs

    • Lesson 1: Select the type of graph best suited to represent various sets of data

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Create and analyze line and broken line graphs

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Create and analyze bar graphs including, multi-bar graphs and stacked bar graphs

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Create and analyze histograms

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Create and analyze pie charts

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Create and analyze scatter plots

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Create an infographic about a data set

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Find the measure of central tendency on a graph (mean)

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

    • Lesson 9: Find the measure of central tendency on a graph: median

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Find the measure of central tendency on a graph: mode and range

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Find the measure of central tendency on a graph: outliers

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Putting it all together: find and describe the measures of central tendencies of a graph

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Describe the relationship between two variables (bivariate data) using scatterplots

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-13

  • 15

    Chapter 13: 2D Shapes

    • Lesson 1: Create lists of the geometric properties (faces, surfaces, edges, vertices) of quadrilaterals

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Properties of diagonals

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Properties of line symmetry

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Properties of rotational symmetry

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Identify the properties of triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Identify the properties of scalene triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Identify the properties of isosceles triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Identify the properties of equilateral triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

    • Lesson 9A: Identify and construct congruent triangles with coordinate grids

    • Lesson 9B: Identify and construct congruent triangles without coordinate grids

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Identify and construct similar shapes by enlargement with coordinate grids

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Identify and construct similar shapes by enlargement without coordinate grids

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Identify and draw 2D representations of cubes and cuboids

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

    • Lesson 13: Identify and draw 2D representations of cones

    • Quiz: : Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Identify and draw 2D representations of cylinders

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Lesson 15: Identify and draw 2D representations of prisms

    • Quiz: Lesson 15

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

    • Lesson 16: Identify and draw 2D representations of pyramids

    • Quiz: Lesson 16

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

    • Worksheet: Lessons 13-16

  • 16

    Chapter 14: 3D Shapes

    • Lesson 1: Identify the nets of cubes and cuboids

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Identify the nets of prisms (rectangular, triangular, pentagonal, octagonal)

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Identify the nets of pyramids (square, rectangular, triangular, pentagonal, octagonal)

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Identifying the solid which can be formed by a given net

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Construct three-dimensional objects when given their top, front, and side views

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

  • 17

    Chapter 15: Measurement Part 1

    • Lesson 1: Converting mm to cm and vice versa

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Converting cm to m and vice versa

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Converting m to km and vice versa

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Putting it all together - converting smaller units to larger units and vice versa

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Derive and apply formulas to measure perimeters of regular polygons by adding sides

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Derive and apply formulas to measure perimeters of compound shapes by adding sides

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Derive and apply formulas to measure areas of trapezoid and solve problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Derive and apply formulas to measure areas of rhombuses and solve problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Derive and apply formulas to measure areas of kites and solve problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

    • Lesson 10: Derive and apply formulas to measure areas of composite polygons

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Project: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Determine the surface area of prisms

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Determine the surface area of pyramids

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Derive and apply formulas to measure mass and solve problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Derive and apply formulas to measure capacity and solve problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Worksheet: Lessons 10-14

  • 18

    Chapter 16: Measurement Part 2: Cuboids

    • Lesson 1: Find the cube of a number when given a cube with dimensions to measure volume

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Find the cube root of a number when given the volume of a cube

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Find one dimension of a cuboid given its volume and other dimensions

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Find the length of one edge of a cube given its volume

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-2, 4

    • Lesson 5: Find the height of a cuboid given its volume and base area

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Find the area of a face of a cuboid given its volume and one dimension

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Determine the surface area of cuboids by calculating the areas of their two-dimensional faces and adding them together

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Worksheet: Lessons 3, 5-7

  • 19

    Chapter 17: Angles

    • Lesson 1: Use a protractor to measure angles up to 360°

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Use a protractor to construct angles up to 360°

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Acute angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Right angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Obtuse angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Straight angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Reflex angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-7

    • Lesson 8: Revolution (full rotation)

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Complementary angles and supplementary angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Opposite angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Interior angles and exterior angles

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Putting it all together and solve for unknown angle measures

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Derive and use the sum of angles in a triangle and use it to deduce the angle sum in any polygon

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Describe, sketch and draw using conventional terms and notations

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Worksheet: Lessons 8-14

  • 20

    Chapter 18: Translations

    • Lesson 1: Read coordinates in all four quadrants of a Cartesian plane

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Plot coordinates in all four quadrants of a Cartesian plane

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Describe the translations that move a point from one coordinate to another

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-3

    • Lesson 4: Perform translations on a grid and predict the results

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Perform reflections on a grid and predict the results

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Perform rotations up to 360° on a grid and predict the results

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Perform a combination of translations, reflections, and rotations up to 360° on a grid, and predict the results of these transformations

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Worksheet: Lessons 4-7

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