Symmetry is a concept that can be introduced to Sr Kg (Senior Kindergarten) students in a simple and fun way. Here are a few activities and examples to teach symmetry to Sr Kg students:

Mirror Drawing: Provide each student with a piece of paper and ask them to fold it in half. Then, ask them to draw a simple shape or object on one side of the fold. After they are done, have them unfold the paper to reveal the symmetrical image.

Symmetrical Shapes: Show the students different shapes such as squares, rectangles, circles, and triangles. Discuss how these shapes have lines of symmetry. Ask the students to identify and trace the lines of symmetry on each shape.

Symmetrical Art: Provide the students with various art materials like colored paper, scissors, glue, and markers. Ask them to create a symmetrical artwork by folding a piece of paper in half and cutting out shapes or patterns on one side. Then, have them unfold the paper to see the symmetrical design.

Symmetrical Objects: Show the students different objects like leaves, flowers, or toys that have symmetry. Ask them to identify the lines of symmetry in these objects and discuss how they are symmetrical.

Symmetry in Nature: Take the students on a nature walk and ask them to observe different natural objects like butterflies, flowers, or shells. Encourage them to identify and discuss the symmetry in these objects.

Symmetry Sorting: Provide the students with a set of picture cards showing symmetrical and nonsymmetrical objects. Ask them to sort the cards into two groups based on their symmetry.
Remember to keep the activities ageappropriate and engaging for Sr Kg students. Use visual aids, handson materials, and encourage discussions to reinforce the concept of symmetry.
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