Sunday, 26 February 2012

Free Symmetry Worksheets

Free Symmetry Printable

Last week, my class started symmetry for mathematics. I made these worksheets for them. The first one is for vertical and horizontal symmetry only, which has an answer key, and the other worksheet is for vertical, horizontal and diagonal symmetry, also with an answer key. Grab it here as a free downloadable Google doc (no logging in is required!). You can also download it for free from my Teachers pay Teachers Store.


Miss S. said...

Very cute symmetry ideas....
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Kellie said...

Love the worksheets. Many Thanks for sharing :)

vicky1970 said...

I love your blog - I just found you. Great symmetry stuff. I am your newest follower. Come on by and visit me sometime.
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Deb Maxwell said...

Thanks, these are very practical. I like that they are easy to cut out and fold. I've been using something similar, but the kids can't really cut the shapes out to experiment.

Unknown said...

I just finished teaching symmetry - filing these away for next year! I nominated you for a Liebster Award - hop over to my blog to grab it! :)
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Andrea McEvoy said...

Hey I just awarded you the Lovely Blog Award!!! Come on over to my blog to receive it!
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Literacy & Math Ideas said...

Your site is so awesome that I want to award you your second Lovely Blog award in one day.
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Heather's Heart said...

How have I not come across your blog before this??? You are so inspiring! Thank you for the *freebies* and all of your great ideas and resources.

I have lots of *freebies* that I would love for you to come grab when you can.


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Unknown said...

Very cute freebie! Thank you for sharing :-)

ms. rachel said...

nice freebie.. thanks for sharing, :) im your newest follower, :)

♥ rachel

Brandi said...

I love this! We're talking about friendship and love for valentine's day, and I'm going to use these to teach EQUAL PARTS (as in sharing with a friend) Thanks!

Courtney @ said...

We are using this today. Thank you!

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