Help Kiki and Izzy make paper wings and learn about symmetry.
“The wings need to be symmetrical. That means that when you fold them, both parts match exactly!”
Here’s an engaging interactive tutorial that introduces lower elementary children to the concept of symmetry and teaches them how to identify and create one or more lines of symmetry in two-dimensional shapes.
Through the use of delightful characters, supportive audio feedback, and explicit animations, students are encouraged to explore symmetry of 2D shapes while playing fun, interactive games.
Three components make up this first grade symmetry lesson: Also included is a review activity where students practice the concepts they learned by playing an interactive game, and then a timed and graded quiz to ensure mastery of the learning objectives.
Watch the Geometry – Symmetry tutorial