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Printable practice worksheets to help you teach and review symmetry. Includes worksheets the require students to draw lines of symmetry, determine which pictures are symmetrical, and design symmetrical illustrations.
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Part 1: Tell whether the dotted lines on the shapes are lines of symmetry. Part 2: draw lines of symmetry on the shapes.Part 3: draw the second half of each symmetrical figure.Lines of Symmetry Free
Determine whether the dotted line on each of the shapes is a line of symmetry.Drawing Lines of Symmetry Member
Draw a line of symmetry on each shape.Cut and Fold Symmetry Shapes Member
Cut out these 10 large shapes and fold them on their lines of symmetry.Symmetry Sketching Member
Try to sketch four different symmetrical objects - a snowman, an alien, a sailboat, and a friend. Use a red pen to draw the line of symmetry on each of your pictures.Symmetry Houses Member
Tell which of these houses are symmetrical and which ones aren't.
Draw lines of symmetry of the capital letters. Draw the second half of the symmetrical letters.Symmetry Coloring Design Member
Color the pattern so that it makes a symmetrical design.Symmetry Folded Shapes Member
Examine the folded pictures and tell which shape you'll see when the paper is unfolded.Perimeter of Symmetrical Polygons (Advanced) Member
Add the lengths of the sides to find the perimeter of these symmetrical polygons. Requires advanced multiplication.
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