Never forget your gifted students and early finishers!
My students LOVE these!
Students draw and color the other half of a symmetrical drawing.
Spatial reasoning and graphing skills.
Other themes available.
This TPT Bundle of nine Independent Learning Modules (ILMs) provides eight no-prep blended learning activities per month. Third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students engage in meaningful online learning experiences on their devices (computer, Chromebook, iPad, etc.) and respond in their pack
These challenging symmetry reflection drawings will keep your gifted and talented students and early finishers busy through the weeks leading up to Christmas. What a great way to challenge their visual and spacial abilities! May also be used for a math center. Common Core aligned.
These symmetry sheets are based on the winter months. GT students and early finishers can draw the mirror image of winter objects. Students LOVE to do this. Quite challenging! Recommended for Grades 2 through 6! Great right/left brain activity! May also be used as a math center!
These are challenging pictures for GT or early finishers Great brain activity! 8 Valentine's Day pictures to draw using symmetry. Completed pictures also included. Suggestions for use included in directions. Your students will love these!
Students are always excited to work with the Eiffel Tower puzzle. It represents something they are all familiar with. They love working together to build something ‘real’. With only 20 pieces, the puzzle is not overly complicated although it does require some patience and attention.
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This is a beautiful 50 piece puzzle representing one of the most well-known structures in the world – the Taj Mahal. Students love working together to build something ‘real’ especially once they have learned a little bit about the building and its story. The puzzle is simple. Students can easily fig