Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Sort it out!

To review symmetry I created a sorting activity for my students. This activity contains 84 different images which students can sort into two categories: symmetrical and non-symmetrical. There are also headers to sort the symmetrical images based on how many lines of symmetry they each have. This activity can be used for whole group instruction or as a center activity and it's now in both of my stores. :) Check it out!

5 Bucket Fillers:

~Stephanie said...

Oh, such a cute game! The kids love it I am sure :) Well, they love any time they are learning something but not really realizing it.

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Elisabeth said...

I love this game and my kiddos would love it! Awesome job making a fun and functional math practice game :)

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Natalie said...

Those look great! Oh, and look at you! Almost to 100!!!

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Holly said...

Oh my goodness - I just noticed you are one away from 100...how exciting.

Hey, how do I take a screen shot of a mimio activity I've done so I can post it to my blog?

Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

Holly said...

So, let's say there was an activity I was doing in my class and I wanted to take a "picture" of one of the pages we were working on and post it on my bog - can I do that?


Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

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