Students will cut out shapes, determine if the shape is symmetrical by folding, then paste the shape into a category of symmetrical or non-symmetrical.
They will also complete a word problem and addition sentence that describes their shapes.
There are three sets of shapes to allow for differentiation of instruction. The most difficult set contains intricate shapes. The least difficult set shows the students where to fold.
Intended for first-grade, but certainly applicable in other grade levels!
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