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Lines of symmetry, part 2

A line of symmetry cuts a shape into 2 halves that are mirror-images of each other. This math worksheet gives your child practice drawing lines of symmetry through objects and shapes.

Is that a line of symmetry?

Are these lines of symmetry? A line of symmetry cuts a shape into 2 halves that are mirror-images of each other. This math worksheet gives your child practice indentifying lines of symmetry through objects and shapes.

Animals on a grid

Where's the mouse? In this math worksheet, your child will find where each animal is placed on a grid, a foundation for learning about coordinate pairs.

Shapes on a grid #1

Can you find B,2 on the grid? In this math worksheet, your child will draw shapes into the correct squares on a grid, a foundation for learning about coordinate pairs.

Continuing a pattern

In this math worksheet, your child will study a pattern and figure out how to continue the pattern.

Shapes on a grid #2

Where's the triangle? In this math worksheet, your child will find where each shape is placed on a grid, a foundation for learning about coordinate pairs.

Coloring a grid #1

Can you find B,2 on the grid? In this math worksheet, your child will color in the correct squares on a grid, a foundation for learning about coordinate pairs.

Lines of symmetry #1

A line of symmetry cuts a shape in half so that the two sides are mirror images of each other. In this math worksheet, your child will decide whether the line shown in a line of symmetry.

Lines of symmetry #2

A line of symmetry cuts a shape in half so that the two sides are mirror images of each other. In this math worksheet, your child will have to complete the drawing on the other side of the line of symmetry.

Lines of symmetry #3

A line of symmetry cuts a shape in half so that the two sides are mirror images of each other. In this math worksheet, your child will have to complete the drawing on the other side of the line of symmetry.

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