FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for fourth-grade mathematics in geometry: (. Once you start looking.
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Seeing Symmetry book. The author, Loreen Leedy, explores line symmetry, rotational symmetry, and has thorough explanations with illustrations for them all. Some of the pages are a little full of illustrations that show symmetry, but overall a great representation of symmetry for students of many age groups.
Loreen Leedy has written and illustrated more than thirty books for children. She lives in Florida.
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The picture book Seeing SYMMETRY by Loreen Leedy shows many examples of line and rotational symmetry . This picture book explains what butterflies, totem poles, and the Lincoln Memorial have in common, as well as King Tut, a kite, and the word WOW.
The picture book Seeing SYMMETRY by Loreen Leedy shows many examples of line and rotational symmetry found in nature and things made by people. Like many animals, plants, and objects, they all have SYMMETRY. Learning about line and rotational symmetry is a great way to visually explore basic math concepts such as geometry, equality, measuring, patterns, repeats, and transformations.
About Seeing Symmetry. This clear and concise book explains different types of symmetry and shows you how to make your own symmetrical masterpieces. Once you start looking, you can find symmetry all around you. Symmetry is when one shape looks the same if you flip, slide, or turn it. It’s in words and even letters. It’s in both nature and man-made things. In fact, art, design, decoration, and architecture are full of it. Notes and glossary are included. Also by Loreen Leedy.
An assortment of dozens of diverse and colorful examples from quilts to kites to cupcakes invites the reader to discover both line and rotational symmetry. lt;p Once you start looking, you can find symmetry all around you. Its in words and even letters. Its in both nature and man-made things. Notes and glossary are included, as well as activities that show kids how to make their own symmetrical masterpieces. Expand Product Details.
This book is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for fourth-grade mathematics in geometry: (. It's in words and even letters. It's in both nature and man-made things.