# Making a stamp | Environmental Science Project | Science Project Kits | For 7+ year olds

• Everyone loves symmetry! Did you ever peek into a kaleidoscope and were fascinated by the patterns that it made?! The beautiful patterns are partly/ mostly due to symmetric reflection of the pieces contained inside, in the mirrors. A shape is said to be symmetric if both the sides of the shape/object are similar (mirror reflections of each other) when an imaginary line is drawn across the middle of it! The number of different imaginary lines that can be drawn are called degrees of symmetry. But how do we find the degree of symmetry?With this fun and exciting DIY kit let’s explore symmetry and make our very own stamp and stamp pad and find out about the history of stamps!Suggested age – For 7+ year olds

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# Making a stamp | Environmental Science Project | Science Project Kits | For 7+ year olds

450.00

• Everyone loves symmetry! Did you ever peek into a kaleidoscope and were fascinated by the patterns that it made?! The beautiful patterns are partly/ mostly due to symmetric reflection of the pieces contained inside, in the mirrors. A shape is said to be symmetric if both the sides of the shape/object are similar (mirror reflections of each other) when an imaginary line is drawn across the middle of it! The number of different imaginary lines that can be drawn are called degrees of symmetry. But how do we find the degree of symmetry?With this fun and exciting DIY kit let’s explore symmetry and make our very own stamp and stamp pad and find out about the history of stamps!Suggested age – For 7+ year olds

#### Making a stamp | Environmental Science Project | Science Project Kits | For 7+ year olds

450.00

• Everyone loves symmetry! Did you ever peek into a kaleidoscope and were fascinated by the patterns that it made?! The beautiful patterns are partly/ mostly due to symmetric reflection of the pieces contained inside, in the mirrors. A shape is said to be symmetric if both the sides of the shape/object are similar (mirror reflections of each other) when an imaginary line is drawn across the middle of it! The number of different imaginary lines that can be drawn are called degrees of symmetry. But how do we find the degree of symmetry?With this fun and exciting DIY kit let’s explore symmetry and make our very own stamp and stamp pad and find out about the history of stamps!Suggested age – For 7+ year olds
##### Description

Did you know that a perfect circle has infinite lines of symmetry? The only lowercase letters that are symmetrical are c, l, o, v, w, and x.
Understand all about symmetry, types of symmetry and about how to find the degree of symmetry with five amazing activities!

##### Key Concepts
• Introduction to Symmetry
• Symmetry in patterns
##### Activities
• Finding symmetry using a mirror
• Smiley symmetry puzzles
• Making a stamp
• Making imprints using the stamp
##### Activity Book that includes:
• Colourful illustrations to guide a child through model making process.
• Observation questions that help develop important critical skills like” attention to right detail” thereby developing  scientific temper.
• Exercise questions to test your child’s understanding of the concepts.
• Concept map -Entire topic summarised in one page with pictorial representations.

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