This PDF file can be used as a lesson presentation, or printed to be used as a teacher's or substitute's lesson plan guide.
In this lesson, students learn about and brainstorm examples of radial symmetry. Using the origami dart fold technique, students create paper darts in color groups of four to create their symmetrical composition.
I taught this lesson to my second and third grade students and the results are amazing! Students loved this project. It can be easily adapted for older students as well.
Included in the PDF file are the following:
Essential Question slide
example of mirror symmetry vs. radial symmetry
examples of radial symmetry in the real world
step-by-step photo visuals
printable assessment worksheet