Download the preview for a free Mirror Mystery Grid worksheet.
Students are provided easy-to-draw squares with shading to reassemble the image in a blank grid. The squares provided, however, only complete the left half of a symmetrical image. For the right half, students reproduce the squares again but reversing the contents. This exercise forces a right-brained shift. The drawing can be completed on the handout or students may create a separate grid. Mystery grids ensure a student's focus in on the task at hand and not distracted by the overall image.
This image contains significant detail to challenge more experienced students.
Cross-curricular with mathematics concepts.
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If you'd like to introduce grid drawing as a new concept to your students, you may find my introductory series beneficial.
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