First, students will learn how to reflect a point over a horizontal or vertical line graphically. Next, give your students mini-golf challenges, as seen here and here. Then have students design their own mini-golf courses. Each student should design at least one par 1, par 2, and par 3 course. After that, students will learn how to reflect a point over the \(x\) or \(y\)-axis algebraically. After that, students will learn how to draw the horizontal or vertical line of reflection for polygons. Then students will learn how to draw lines of reflection which are slanted. This is an application of the midpoint formula. Finally, students will learn how to reflect points, line segments, and polygons, over horizontal lines, vertical lines, and lines with slope \(\pm 1.\) Here's a video on that. Conclude by giving your students this challenge. Its only prereq is being able to reflect a figure across horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines. Diagonal lines are of the form \(y = x\) or \(y = -x.\)