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# Symmetry Flip Chart

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Things with Symmetry Shapes with Symmetry What is symmetry? • A shape shows symmetry when you fold it in half and the two halves have the same size and shape. • The fold is called the line of symmetry. • Some shapes or objects have more than one line of symmetry. Finding Symmetry Do the two halves match up? • Fold the shape in half, along the line you drew. • Compare the two halves. • Not all shapes have symmetry. A parallelogram does not have a line of symmetry. • To find the line of symmetry in a shape or object, draw a line down the middle. • A circle has more than one line of symmetry. rectangle rhombus square hexagon letter “M” cake a heart a circle an arrow book butterfly ladybug apple line of symmetry M © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 93-4210 www.newpathlearning.com Symmetry

Things with Symmetry Shapes with Symmetry What is symmetry? • A shape shows symmetry when you fold it in half and the two halves have the same and . • The fold is called the . • Some shapes or objects have more than one line of symmetry. Finding Symmetry Do the two halves match up? • the shape in half, along the line you drew. • the two halves. • Not all shapes have symmetry. A does have a line of symmetry. • To find the line of symmetry in a shape or object, down the middle. • A circle has more than one line of symmetry. a circle an arrow M © Copyright NewPath Learning. All Rights Reserved. 93-4210 www.newpathlearning.com Symmetry Key Vocabulary Terms • circle • hexagon • line of symmetry • parallelogram • rectangle • rhombus • shape • size • square • symmetry \|xiBAHBDy01630kzU