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- 1. Symmetry Rotation Translation Reflection
- 2. Symmetry
- 3. What is a line of symmetry? • A line on which a figure can be folded so that both sides match. – Maryland Content Standard 2.E.2 – Identify and describe symmetry in geometric figures or pictures. (Up to four lines of symmetry)
- 4. To be a line of symmetry, the shape must have two halves that match exactly. When you trace a heart onto a piece of folded paper, and then cut it out, the two half hearts make a whole heart. The two halves are symmetrical.
- 5. Which of these flags have a line of symmetry? United States of America Canada Maryland England
- 6. What about these math symbols? Do they have symmetry?
- 7. How many lines of symmetry to these regular polygons have? Do you see a pattern?
- 8. You can look to see if your name has symmetrical letters in it too! A B C D E FG H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Infinite number
- 9. Rotation (Turn) The action of turning a figure around a point or a vertex.
- 10. Click the triangle to see rotation Turning a figure around a point or a vertex
- 11. Translation (Slide) The action of sliding a figure in any direction.
- 12. The act of sliding a figure in any direction. Click the Octagon to see Translation.
- 13. Reflection (flip) The result of a figure flipped over a line.
- 14. Click on this trapezoid to see reflection. The result of a figure flipped over a line.
- 15. Which shapes show reflection, translation, or rotation?

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