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Students will explore symmetry using movement and dance. They will begin this exploration by examining images and determining whether or not they are symmetrical and recognizing the defining attributes that make a shape symmetrical. Students will then create individual symmetrical shapes with their bodies and identify the line of symmetry present during these shapes. Finally the students will work in pairs and small groups to create symmetrical locomotor movements. Students will present their dances and give one an- other peer feedback. At the conclusion, students should be able to identify the defining attributes of symmetrical shapes.

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