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Ellie Charlton

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MATHEMATICS | Symmetry

Some shapes have lines of symmetry. Shapes can also have turning symmetry or rotational symmetry. Rotational symmetry occurs when a shape, once rotated, matches the original shape. We can show rotational symmetry with our hands. Tap and watch the video attached. In Groups of 3, 4 or 5. Tips & Tricks:- Remember, the larger the group the harder it will be to synchronise your hand movements. Work out the hand movements before you film. You will need to rehearse and remember the movements. Design your own ‘Hands On’ video. What shapes can you make? What music will you use? Use a tripod or ask another friend to film you from up above. Then :tap: add and add your Tap

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Art, Math
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