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Jane McPherson

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Symmetry

We are learning what it means for a object to have one or two lines of symmetry. 1. Using the shapes pieces make a pattern that has one line of symmetry. 2. Take a photo, draw the line of symmetry on the pattern and post the Caption: I can create a pattern that has 1 line of symmetry. 3. Using the shapes pieces make a pattern that has two lines of symmetry 4. Take a photo, draw the line of symmetry on the pattern and post the Caption: I can create a pattern that has 2 lines of symmetry. 5. Take 5 photos of objects in your environment that had symmetry in them. 6. Draw the line of symmetry on the photo. Challenge: Can you find any objects that have more than one line of symmetry in your environment

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Math
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