Wednesday, May 15, 2013


Our last math unit explored symmetry.  Symmetry is when you fold a shape or drawing down a line of symmetry and it creates a reflection.  It's different than folding something in half, cause with symmetry when you fold it on the line of symmetry then it folds perfectly in half.  It creates a mirror image.

To begin our symmetry lesson we played the mirror game.  We got into partners and each person took a turn being the mirror for the other person. It was a little tricky at first!  Once we got the hang of it, it was fun!

We did symmetry with mirror boards. It was super fun and challenging. A mirror board works by looking through the image and it appears on the other side. After that you trace the image that you see. It is way easier with a mirror. This was a super challenging challenge. But it was fun. 

 By: Anthony and Nolan                              

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