Cursive Name Skeleton- Fall art project/ Halloween art project, lesson on symmetry

The child’s name in cursive make the ribs. “Austin”

Fold a piece of white paper in half.  The child writes his name in cursive touching the bottom fold.  Do not do parts of letters that go below the fold. Bubble the letters, then cut them out.  ‎4th grade and above can do their own cutting. Use paper punches for the insides of letters like l’s and a’s.When you unfold you will have the mirror image of the name.  Do the same for arms, legs, skull. It is a good lesson in symmetry.

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