"Symmetry is a fundamental part of geometry, nature, and shapes. It creates patterns that help us organize our world conceptually. We see symmetry every day but often don’t realize it. People use concepts of symmetry, including translations, rotations, reflections, and tessellations as part of their careers. Examples of careers that incorporate these ideas are artists, craftspeople, musicians, choreographers, and not to mention, mathematicians.
It is important for students to grasp the concepts of geometry and symmetry while at the elementary level as a means of exposing them to things they see everyday that aren’t obviously related to mathematics but have a strong foundation in it." Knuchel, Christy. (2015) Teaching Symmetry In the Elementary Curriculum. TMME, Vol.1,no.1,p.3. Retrieved on: http://www.math.umt.edu/tmme/vol1no1/tmmev1n1a1.pdf 
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