Primary School

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Asymmetrical Shapes

Today in P.E, we were learning about asymmetrical shapes. We've all come up with several shapes that are asymmetrical. Asymmetrical means that they aren't the same on both sides. The shapes that we made had one point of contact. That means that we touched in one place. We spoke about which shapes looked good and why we liked them. We particularly liked the shapes that had a range of height. Here are some photos of our amazing work! Thanks for taking the photos photographer Max!