Seeing Halves: Symmetry in Our World
"Watch a butterfly unfold its wings. What do you notice? Both sides of the insect look the same. They are symmetrical. Come along on a journey with Billy, Chloe, and their Grandpa to discover more about symmetry. You will learn about lines of symmetry, congruent shapes, and rotational symmetry. You'll learn about bilateral and radial symmetry, too. Get ready to explore symmetry in the world around you!"
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