# Easter Eggs

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Practice symmetry with printable Easter eggs! The 10 spring designs have three ability levels for easy differentiation (30 designs in all, 2 per page.) Kids can color only, trace then color, or draw and color symmetrical designs on their eggs. The writing prompts allow students to describe the details. The finished eggs make a wonderful bulletin board display. Printable Symmetry is Eggciting titles for a bulletin board display are included in color or black and white. The feedback for this best-selling resource has been very enthusiastic...just scroll down this page to read it.

Designs included:
Butterfly
Bunny
Bird on nest
Frog
Tulip
Dragonfly
Flower
Rain, Clouds, and Rainbow
Sunshine, Wind, and Rain

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Use to practice the Common Core State Standard for 4th grade Geometry, 4.G.A.3: Recognize a line of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure as a line across the figure such that the figure can be folded along the line into matching parts. Identify line-symmetric figures and draw lines of symmetry.

Math concepts:
Compare Halves and Wholes
Equality (matching)
Line of symmetry
Reflection (mirror image or flip)
Counting and recording details in the eggs

See all of my Symmetry resources at this link.

See my other Spring activities here.

Hope you have an egg-cellent time with this activity!

Loreen Leedy
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30 minutes
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