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## Symmetry - CCSS 3.G.A.2

### Links verified on 06/20/2023

 1. Ask Hannah. Click Image to Enlarge Describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. SEE MORE 2. Lines of Symmetry Shape Shoot. Click Image to Enlarge Click on the given shapes with lines drawn down the middle that are symmetrical. SEE MORE 3. Lines of Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge This activity requires students to identify whether or not various shapes and polygons have lines of symmetry.  SEE MORE 4. SymmeTree - Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge Looking to test your knowledge of symmetry and rotational symmetry? Check out ABCya's SymmeTree! Follow lumberjack Sammy Tree as he guides you through the lesson, then chop-til-you-drop! SEE MORE 5. Symmetry Game. Click Image to Enlarge This game is like dot to dot. Half of the picture is done. Make the other half of the picture match by clicking on the dots to complete the picture. SEE MORE 6. Symmetry Invaders. Click Image to Enlarge Defend your planet from the invaders. To lock on your missiles you must complete each alien's symmetry. There are 20 levels. Try to save them all with as few fails as possible.  SEE MORE 7. Symmetry Matching. Click Image to Enlarge This game "involves mirroring an image along a line of symmetry. Options include pictures, shapes and randomly generated patterns which are the most difficult."  SEE MORE 8. Symmetry Painter. Click Image to Enlarge Choose a brush and pattern. When you paint a shape on the left a symmetric pattern will appear on the right side. You can also change the line of symmetry. SEE MORE 9. Symmetry Shape Game. Click Image to Enlarge Click on the given shapes that are symmetrical. SEE MORE 10. Symmetry Shapes. Click Image to Enlarge Draw the reflection of the given shape by tapping the grid square. SEE MORE 11. Symmetry Sorting. Click Image to Enlarge Sorting pictures, shapes and letters into symmetrical and non-symmetrical sets. SEE MORE 12. Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge Can you identify the symmetry of each shape? SEE MORE

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