Rotations (with credit to http://nrich.maths.org/6987)
Make a polygon and rotate it to the appropriate specifications. Keep your rotation angle secret so we can look at examples and determine how often it was rotated.
Make a point, a polygon and rotate the polygon until it returns to your original shape.
CCGPS AA 1.4.1 Example 3
Traveling around the Unit Circle
Trig Graphs in Degrees
Area of a parallelogram