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Taylor is written on each section
After our lesson on symmetry, we began making a symmetrical creation with our names. If you look closely, you'll see our names within the pictures. We folded a square sheet of paper into fourths, then folded that into a triangle. On each triangle, we wrote our names so they reflected the adjacent triangles. While they aren't perfect because they're drawn by hand, they turned out really cool! We had lots of discussions about the reflections as we went along...especially with the letter N. It's a confusing one! Some made their names go towards the middle, while others made theirs go towards the outside. Which ever direction they chose, they turned out great!
I'm a wife, mother of two, and 4th grade teacher who is totally in love with her job! I teach math and science to roughly 40 kids a year. I've tried to model my classroom after this quote by Elliot Eisner - "When the joy is in the journey, the journey will be pursued." I feel very fortunate to work in an amazing school district, where it is commonplace to push students to their full potential and settle for nothing less. I truly feel blessed!!