I am covering symmetry with my Year 4s & I have given them an activity that was meant for Year 5/6 today! I wasn't happy with the symmetry tasks I gave my Year 4s last year (my first year in year 4) as I didn't feel as if it prepared them well enough for the end of unit assessment (we use the ****** tests). I decided to go on ****** to find something that would provide more of a challenge. However, after delivering my input on completing a symmetrical figure I realised that the task I had given my HA & MA was reflective symmetry rather than completing a symmetrical figure!! An admittedly dumb mistake I know & that's why I can't get over it. I'm lay awake now fretting about it even though I have already planned on doing at least another lesson on symmetry. The funny thing is that the children actually managed to complete the task successfully but I'm concerned what will happen when the SLT take the books in. Will I be dragged over hot coals?