This activity addresses symmetry while also providing a cut and paste craft perfect for prompting your creative writers!
You’ll receive five pages.
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The illustrations on each page are visually divided down the middle, also dividing the names of the animals and the two “fun facts” provided. One side is finished and one side is unfinished. With the help of key “tracer lines” your students will mirror the line drawing to complete the unfinished animal bust. Once drawn and colored, this fun, low maintenance symmetry lesson is a wrap.
However, cut the pages in half – join two different animal halves - and you’ve got a whole new set of wacky creatures with “combo” looks, names and fun facts! Simply tape the halves together on the back or glue side by side on a larger piece of construction paper for a colorful frame. Your students will love making their unique creatures and you’ll love how motivated they are to write about them!
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*All animals are calibrated to work together.
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