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Roxanne Bame saved to school
Today’s 6th grade lesson was on rotational symmetry. I have found that students tend to be less familiar and less comfortable with rotational symmetry than they are with line symmetry (and sometimes mix the two up), so I try to find ways to make it more clear and understandable to them. I had several differentRead more about My Spin on Symmetry[...]
This rotational symmetry art project is a gorgeous and creative way for kids to explore how mathematical concepts and art work together to become beautiful!
Becky Zera saved to That's awesome!
See 12 Rotational Symmetry Worksheets 4th Grade. Inspiring Rotational Symmetry Worksheets 4th Grade worksheet images.
Paulino El-Cushi saved to Symmetry worksheets
Rotational Symmetry Printable Worksheet Full editable version with answers available by following the link.
Goal Setting - This 4th grade teacher uses post it notes to remind children of their goals upon entering the classroom. I love that her method to this has
Aileen Ermino saved to Classroom/Teaching Ideas
I got to spend some time with a group of kids and moms this past Sunday. They had asked me to plan a math/art project for them. Last time we did this we played with shapes scaled according to the g…
Sandy Mueller saved to Math Discovery
This Advanced Symmetry Activities Pack has more than 20 engaging and hands-on activities to teach rotational symmetry #STEM #STEAM
Maggie De Klerk saved to Math concepts
Dec 6, 2019 - See 12 Best Images of Rotational Symmetry Worksheets 4th Grade. Inspiring Rotational Symmetry Worksheets 4th Grade worksheet images. Line Symmetry
Eva Lopez saved to matematica 4to
I am pulling out an old lesson this week for my 4th graders who happen to be working on Rotational Symmetry. I love teaching this lesson because the results are stunning, the kids feel confident about their work, and they want to work hard for the final product (which is sometimes a challenge). I have the students create a simple drawing on 1/8 of their circle, then teach them how to "transfer" their drawing into all 8 parts of their circle by putting pencil led on the back of the piece of…
LyreBirdSong saved to Art Attack 4 kids!