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Kaleidoscope Eyes

Unit 5: Congruence and Similarity
Lesson 15 of 16

Big Idea: Based on composite reflections, a kaleidoscope creates fascinating designs that change as the kaleidoscope is rotated.

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Math, reflections, rotations, kaleidoscope, composite reflections, geometry, image, gamification
60 minutes

Mauricio Beltre

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