Halloween masks become a math activity when students create Symmetric Faces. See Symmetric Faces in the Geometry Section for directions to make these unique masks using 1.5 sheets of construction paper, scissors and glue.

- Download directions to make symmetric faces.
- Visit Mathwire's Symmetric Faces Photo Gallery.

Oh, how cool! I have already planned a symmetry Halloween project for my guys on Monday and this would be a great addition. Thanks for posting this!

ReplyDeleteI love your blog and we tried making these masks which came out great! Thanks for sharing!

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This is fantastic!

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This is a great activity! Your blog is amazing! I am always looking for activities to do with Ansley. I found you from Joyful Learner's blog :)

ReplyDeleteAnsley and I are planning on making a pyramid from sugar cubes this week as she is very into all things egyptian right now and I was going to talk about symmetry with her. This will make a great tie in. Thank you.

-Amanda

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Thanks so much for sharing the pictures of the masks you made. How cute!!

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