Lines of Symmetry in Two-Dimensional Figures
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 4 Geometry- 4.G.3
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Symmetry Step-by-Step
Lesson- We tackle symmetry head on. I always tell people, if
it can fold on top evenly, it's asymmetrical.
- Guided Lesson
- We again ask you if a drawn line shows symmetry, but we also have
you draw lines of symmetry.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- The answer keys are tricky when you have kids drawing their own
lines. There are a lot of correct answers; I guess there are many
wrong answers, too.
- Practice Worksheet
- This is in a "bubble" this-and-that testing format. That is usually
how you will see these types of questions.
- Matching Worksheet - Match shapes to a slice of their symmetrical ends. I never saw this before, just thought it was a fun way to do it.
- Transformation-Line Symmetry
Worksheet Five-Pack - IIs the symmetry of these objects caught
left to right or top to bottom?
- Line Symmetry Worksheet Five Pack - Once again, left, right, top, or bottom.
View Answer Keys- All the answer keys in one file.
I tried to cover symmetry from every angle that I could; isn't that ironic?
You will decide not only how many lines of symmetry there are, but if you can qualify pre-drawn lines.