Identify and draw lines of symmetry in two-dimensional figures.
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Show the following YouTube video.
All of the following cutout shapes were made the same way, by folding a piece of paper before cutting. Where do you think the paper was folded to make each of the following shapes? Draw a line to show your thinking.
Find the line(s) of symmetry in the following geometric figures.
Garret drew a rhombus on grid paper, and then folded the paper along the rhombus’ line of symmetry. Draw what the grid paper looks like folded.
Felicia drew part of a shape on grid paper. The folded edge is the full shape’s line of symmetry. Draw what the grid paper looks like unfolded.
Is the line drawn a line of symmetry? Circle your choice.
Draw as many lines of symmetry as you can find in the figure below.
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