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

 1. Ask Hannah. Click Image to Enlarge Describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. SEE MORE 2. Draw Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge Draw the rest of the picture. Select the pen and color to draw the symmetry.  SEE MORE 3. Identify Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge Look at a picture, decide if it has symmetry and then click to find out.  SEE MORE 4. Lines Of Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge Choose the type of line to practice: Horizontal, vertical or both. then click on the "New Figure" Button. Drag the line that appears at the top or side onto the shape in the correct position. SEE MORE 5. Make a snowflake online. Click Image to Enlarge "Click within the grid lines on the left to start making a snowflake. Any point that you make will also produce more points in the right place to create the symmetrical snowflake (reflective with six lines of symmetry)." SEE MORE 6. Make a Symmetrical Pattern. Click Image to Enlarge Online device for creating symmetrical shapes. "Click on the left to colour in a square. If you make a mistake, choose white to remove it. You can change the symmetry type. A new symmetry type will clear the previous pattern. If you select Random symmetry, guess what it is!" SEE MORE 7. Mission 2111- Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge The world has been taken over by roboids. Go on a mission to collect the fuel pods by drawing symmetry lines on geometrical shapes and save the world!. Interactive game! SEE MORE 8. Reflective Symmetry. Click Image to Enlarge Click on a shape and then determine if it has reflective symmetry. "Something has reflective symmetry if it looks the same reflected either side of a line. Click on a letter below. Think if it has reflective symmetry, horizontally or vertically. Then click on the Reflect buttons to see if you're right." SEE MORE 9. Sammy's Symmetry Shuffle. Click Image to Enlarge To play this game, click on a shape to the far right that matches the pattern. It will appear on the top left. Use tools to move, rotate, scale the shape to complete the shape/pattern on the line of symmetry. Click on Sammy the Star to check your work. SEE MORE 10. Symmetrizer. Click Image to Enlarge A game from PBS kids. "Use symmetry to "symmetrize" your favorite characters with this fun machine." SEE MORE 11. 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 12. 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 13. Symmetry Sorting. Click Image to Enlarge Sorting pictures, shapes and letters into symmetrical and non-symmetrical sets. SEE MORE

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