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

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

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!

Math Journal Sundays

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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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…

This lesson teaches students how to make symmetrical designs and how to distinguish between vertical symmetry, horizontal symmetry, and rotational symmetry.

This lesson teaches students how to make symmetrical designs and how to distinguish between vertical symmetry, horizontal symmetry, and rotational symmetry. STUDENTS LOVED THIS

Rotational Symmetry Art Activity.This fun activity produces fantastic designs that your students will be super proud of.  Each template has rotational symmetry of order 6 and is on isometric dot paper.  Your students simply add more lines (ensuring each line is done 6 times to keep it symmetrical), using the dots to maintain accuracy.

Rotational Symmetry – Art activity – Maths (Geometry)

Rotational Symmetry Art Activity.This fun activity produces fantastic designs that your students will be super proud of. Each template has rotational symmetry of order 6 and is on isometric dot paper. Your students simply add more lines (ensuring each line is done 6 times to keep it symmetrical), using the dots to maintain accuracy.

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