# Symmetry Websites

Symmetry Websites I've Found Useful

 Here's a worksheet that people have made to go with my website. Symmetry Worksheet 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. http://forum.swarthmore.edu/geometry/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. Drawing with Symmetry 6. Isis Symmetry - for those looking for things a little techo. Isis Symmetry 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. BBC Symmetry Site 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 :)