My Geometry Garden
We are describing the different parts of our garden and what geometry features they show.
What type of symmetry do your flowers have?
In my garden my flowers have… rotational symmetry.
This means that… when you turn a shape around and it looks the same on each side.
What type of symmetry does your butterfly have?
In my garden my butterfly has… reflection symmetry.
This means that… When you draw something on one side you need to copy it on the other side.
What geometry feature does your pathway show?
What did you do to make sure pathway?
In my garden my pathway shows… tessellation.
To make my pathway I… have to tessellate whatever shape I’ve got.
This means that... When I have a 2d shape I need to make sure that I have no gaps when I put them together.