Beege: No really! I like the symmetry.
Kee: I didn't draw any simmy trees.
|Vitruvian Man - Leonardo Da Vinci|
Kee: Okay, what's a sim-a-tree?
Beege: Well, Kee. Symmetry is when two things look the same on both sides. The middle is called the "line of symmetry".
Beege: A lot of things have lines of symmetry. Take you, for example. You have a line of symmetry. It goes right down your whole body.
Beege: Really! You have two eyes, two ears, two arms, two legs, and there's a line all the way down the middle!
Kee: But I don't have two bums! Or belly buttons!
For some reason, that was really upsetting, and yelling ensued. On the upside, if we ever decide to homeschool, maybe Beege can handle the lessons.