Rotational Symmetry - create a picture that has rotational symmetry, using your name as a starting point.

Rotational Symmetry Names

In this activity students create a picture that has rotational symmetry, using their name as their starting point. It is a great activity to add to your relief teacher folder because it does not require any photocopying. The only materials needed are whit

I follow this blogger and love all her ideas for math journals. If you are a blog addict you need to add her. Look at this awesome idea for symmetry!

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Here is a page from Symmetry math journal @ Runde's Room. This is a joy to read. The teacher has taken such pride in creating a journal entry that is clean and structured. It allows comparisons both vertically and horizontally.

Symmetry order 4 - Rangoli based symmetry exercise - An activity based on Rangoli Patterns to provide opportunities for illustrating reflective and rotational symmetry of order 4.

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Rotational Symmetry project- math and art- Splish Splash Splatter: 4th Grade- there are a ton of good project ideas on this site!

Splish Splash Splatter: Rotational Symmetry - must do early on this term

Kaleidoscope name design...great for the beginning of the year.

Symmetry-Kaleidoscope name design - integrate math and the arts - could be an interesting idea for a quilt block.

Rangoli Reflective and Rotational Symmetry - An activity based on Rangoli Patterns to provide opportunities for illustrating reflective and rotational symmetry of order 8.

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Rotational Symmetry Names Again great for casual because it doesn't require any special materials. I think this would be great for grade 3 upwards

Rotational Symmetry Names

Rotational Symmetry - the shape or image can be rotated and it still looks the same. In this activity students create a picture that has rotational symmetry, using their name as their starting poin.

Rotational Symmetry  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…

Splish Splash Splatter: Rotational Symmetry Similar to my lesson plan, but I like using the DIY carbon paper technique instead of tracers.

Symmetry Circles Math Activity and Free Printable: The printable included with this activity has a blank circle, 2 section circle, 4 section circle, and an 8 section circle that kids can use small manipulatives to build patterns

Symmetry is one of my favorite mathematical concepts because I think symmetrical patterns are pleasing to look at–do you agree? The printable included with this activity has…

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