Here's
a worksheet that people have made to go with my website. 


1.
Here's a really great site that includes other examples
of symmetry and much, much more.
Also, notice how Jill has a link to our site so now we have a link to hers. :) 
 
2.
At this site you'll find out more about the Symmetry of Rugs. 

3.
Here is a great little onscreen activity that lets you generate all sorts of different
symmetrical patterns.  Wow
 This is the site and here
is the technical maths stuff (theory) that goes with it. 
4.
This site takes a little while to load but has some excellent animations that
aid the understanding of line symmetry and rotational symmetry. 
The BBC
Education site

5.
Drawing with Symmetry  use this applet to explore various aspects of symmetry.
Then challenge your friends to draw objects with it using symmetry. 

6.
Isis Symmetry  for those looking for things a little techo. 

7.
At the BBC use Flash animations to demonstrate aspects of symmetry. Check out
the section on proving rectangles don't have 4 lines of symmetry. 

8.
Symmetry of Flags 
Why not send
your students off to this site to track down a flag with 2 lines of symmetry or
even rotational symmetry. 
9.
Symmetry Expert Jigsaw  A
new strategy for you to try :) 