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Lines of Symmetry Year 4 Properties of Shape Resource Pack
Step 5: Lines of Symmetry Year 4 Summer Block 5 Resources
Lines of Symmetry Year 4 Resource Pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving resources for Summer Block 5.
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This pack includes:
- Lines of Symmetry Year 4 Teaching PowerPoint.
- Lines of Symmetry Year 4 Varied Fluency with answers.
- Lines of Symmetry Year 4 Reasoning and Problem Solving with answers.
National Curriculum Objectives
Mathematics Year 4: (4G2b) Identify lines of symmetry in 2-D shapes presented in different orientations
Varied Fluency Developing Questions to support finding and identifying lines of symmetry using simple regular polygons with up to 2 lines of symmetry. All shapes in ‘standard’ orientation. Expected Questions to support finding and identifying lines of symmetry using regular polygons with up to 8 lines of symmetry. All shapes in the same ‘non-standard’ orientation in each question. Greater Depth Questions to support finding and identifying lines of symmetry using irregular polygons with any number of lines of symmetry. All shapes in unique orientations.
Reasoning and Problem Solving Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Reasoning) Developing Find and explain the mistake that has been made when sorting shapes into a Venn diagram. 3 simple regular polygons with up to 2 lines of symmetry used. All shapes in ‘standard’ orientation. Expected Find and explain the mistake that has been made when sorting shapes into a Venn diagram. 4 regular polygons with up to 8 lines of symmetry used. All shapes in the same ‘non-standard’ orientation in each question. Greater Depth Find and explain the mistake that has been made when sorting shapes into a Venn diagram. 5 irregular polygons with any number of lines of symmetry used. All shapes in unique orientations.
Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Problem Solving) Developing Find all the lines of symmetry (up to 2) in an image made up of multiple shapes. Up to 4 simple regular polygons used, all in ‘standard’ orientation. Expected Find all the lines of symmetry (up to 8) in an image made up of multiple shapes. Up to 8 regular polygons used, in a mix of ‘standard’ and ‘non-standard’ orientations. Greater Depth Find all the lines of symmetry (any number) in an image made up of multiple shapes. Up to 12 irregular polygons used, all in ‘non-standard’ orientations.
Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning) Developing Find the symmetrical shape from a set of 2 shapes and explain what makes it symmetrical. Simple shapes with up to 4 sides used, with one obviously asymmetrical. Expected Find the 2 asymmetrical shapes from a set of 3 shapes and explain what makes each of them asymmetrical. More complex shapes with up to 8 sides used, with more subtle reasons for asymmetry. Greater Depth Find the 3 asymmetrical shapes from a set of 4 shapes and explain what makes each of them asymmetrical. Very complex shapes with any number of sides used, with very subtle reasons for asymmetry.
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Symmetry Worksheets Line Symmetry Easier
Welcome to the Math Salamanders Line Symmetry Worksheets page. Here you will find a range of free printable symmetry worksheets, which will help your child to practice their reflecting and flipping skills.
The Math Salamanders have a large bank of free printable symmetry worksheets. Each symmetry sheet comes complete with answers for support.
Each point or block that has been reflected must remain the same distance from the mirror line as the original point. So if point A is 3 squares away from the mirror line, then the reflection of point A must also be 3 squares away.
When reflecting a shape, look at the corners of the shape and reflect each corner first as a dot in the mirror line. The dots can then be joined up (in the correct order!)
For lines of symmetry at angles of 45°, it is often better to rotate your paper so that the line of symmetry is vertical or horizontal, and the rest of the paper is at an angle.
The basis and understanding of symmetry starts at about Grade 2, and then develops further in Grades 3,4 and 5.
Line Symmetry Worksheets
On this webpage you will find our range of line symmetry sheets for kids.
The sheets have been carefully graded with the easier sheets coming first. The first 3 worksheets involve only horizontal and vertical lines only. The next 3 worksheets involve reflecting diagonal lines as well.
There are also some templates at the end of this section for you to create your own shapes for your child to reflect, or, even better, for your child to create their own symmetric patterns!
Using these sheets will help your child to:
- learn to reflect a shape in a vertical or horizontal mirror line;
- learn to reflect a shape in both a vertical and horizontal mirror line;
Reflecting in 1 mirror line
Horizontal and vertical lines only.
- Line Symmetry 1
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- Line Symmetry 2
- Line Symmetry 3
- Line Symmetry 4
- Line Symmetry 5
- Line Symmetry 6
Reflecting in Diagonal mirror lines
- Line Symmetry 9
- Line Symmetry 10
Reflecting in vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines
- Line Symmetry 11
Reflecting in 2 mirror lines
- Line Symmetry 7
- Sheet 7 Answers
- Line Symmetry 8
- Sheet 8 Answers
Reflecting in vertical and horizontal or 2 diagonal lines
- Line Symmetry 12
Line Symmetry templates
- Line Symmetry Template 1
- Line Symmetry Template 2
- Line Symmetry Template 3
- Line Symmetry Template 4
- Line Symmetry Template 5
- Line Symmetry Template 6
Looking for something harder?
Here you will find a range of line symmetry activity sheets with one or two mirror lines.
The sheets in this section are similar to those on this page, but are more complicated and at a harder level.
- Harder Symmetry Activities
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Block Symmetry Worksheets
Here you will find a range of symmetry worksheets reflecting blocks instead of lines.
These sheets are at an easier level than the ones on this page.
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- Explore 2d Shapes Worksheets
Looking for some geometry worksheets to get children thinking and reasoning about 2d shapes?
The shapes on this page are all about children really understanding what 2d shapes are all about, and using their reasoning skills to justify their thinking.
- know the properties of a range of 2d shapes;
- recognise that some shapes can also be described as being other shapes; e.g. a square is also a rhombus;
- recognise and understand right angles, parallel lines, lines of symmetry;
- develop their geometric reasoning skills.
Here is our collection of printable coordinate plane grids and coordinate worksheets.
Using these fun coordinate sheets is a great way to learn math in an enjoyable way.
- plot and write coordinates.
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Have a look at these online symmetry games - a great way to learn symmetry and get instant feedback!
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27 November 2016
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Symmetry in 2D shapes
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The PowerPoint file contains slides you can use in the classroom to support each of the learning outcomes for this unit, listed below. Geometry topics are not covered by the NCETM Primary Mastery Professional Development materials. Therefore, some slides for this unit have been additionally created to provide the high-level overview to address each learning outcome. However, they do not provide the level of detail seen in other units, so teachers will need to supplement slides with other high quality materials available to them. You should also refer to the national curriculum to ensure coverage. There are also links to the ready-to-progress criteria detailed in the DfE Primary Mathematics Guidance 2020 .
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