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    • Brandi Moon

      This bulletin board display that integrates art and math with "symmetry projects" is eye-catching. Perfect for an art project but still incorporating math. This would be ideal for a grade three or four class as they begin learning about different types of symmetry.

    • Connie Constant-Sharp

      middle school Math Bulletin Boards | Better Bulletin Boards!

    • Teach For America

      Symmetry in Art bulletin board.

    • Morgan Riley

      Love this. Always never enough time for creativity and art so put in into a math lesson!!

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