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#### Lessons for Symmetry

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• Exploring Symmetry - … in appropriate line(s) of symmetry. the alphabet symmetry, including Identifies line with symmetry. letters with more than symmetry in objects Identifies one. in … A, Symmetry Cards Attachment B, Non-symmetrical Shape Cards Attachment C, Exploring the Alphabet for Symmetry Attachment D, Exploring Symmetry 5 Exploring Symmetry - Grade Two Attachment A Symmetry Cards 6 Exploring Symmetry - Grade Two Attachment B Asymmetrical Cards 7 Exploring Symmetry
• Pattern Matching - … of symmetry are the same. Specific Learning Outcomes: identify lines of symmetry in objects make patterns which have ine symmetry describe line symmetry in … and pictures and classify these as having line symmetry and not having line symmetry. Students are encouraged to use their own language … next few days students explore things that have line symmetry (or reflection symmetry) as they complete a variety of activities using shapes …
• Relationships Between Reflections and Symmetry - … -fold dihedral symmetry. Which of your designs also have cyclic symmetry? 26. Will a design with dihedral symmetry also have cyclic symmetry? How can you characterize designs that have only cyclic symmetry? 27. For a design that has dihedral symmetry and cyclic symmetry, how …
• Patterns in Nature (includes BLMs Hydra and Patterns in Nature) - … bilateral symmetry, and which organisms have radial symmetry. Instruct students to label the back of each picture either âbilateral symmetryâ or âradial symmetry.â D … of symmetry by asking questions such as: What is the difference between organisms that have bilateral symmetry and radial symmetry? What type of symmetry … should resemble the following: Starfish [radial symmetry] Dragonfly [bilateral symmetry] Volvox [radial symmetry] Maple Leaf [bilateral symmetry] Black Line Master 2 page 218 Standard …