# Symmetry Worksheets

Symmetry worksheets consist of a variety of skills for children in grade 1 through grade 5 to understand the lines of symmetry in different shapes. Printable exercises to identify and draw the lines of symmetry, complete the shapes, count the lines of symmetry in each shape, to identify symmetrical or asymmetrical shapes and to determine the perimeter of shapes are given here for practice. Begin your practice with our free symmetry worksheets!

Recognizing Lines of Symmetry

Each symmetry worksheet pdf here shows eight different shapes through which a dotted line is drawn. Identify if the dotted line is a line of symmetry.

Lines of Symmetry: More than One Line

Shapes with more than one line of symmetry are given in these pdf worksheets. Determine and draw lines of symmetry on each shape and write down the number of lines of symmetry seen.

Complete the Mirror Image: Standard

One-half of symmetrical shapes are shown. Task grade 2 and grade 3 kids to draw the other half of the mirror image.

Complete the Mirror Image: Grid

One-half of real-life objects are drawn in the grids. Complete the second half of each symmetrical shape and solve the pdf worksheets.

Cut-Paste Activity: Symmetric / Asymmetric

Cut out each shape from the bottom of these printable worksheets for 1st grade and 2nd grade kids and paste them in the appropriate category (symmetric or asymmetric shapes).

Cut-Paste Activity: Complete the Shape

A symmetrical half of the shapes are shown. The other half of each shape is given below. Cut out the other half and paste them to complete the shape.

Symmetry on English Letters

Grade 4 children identify if the English letters shown are cut at the line of symmetry in part 1. Draw lines of symmetry on the given English letters in part 2.

Unfold the Mystery

Each folded paper has a cutout region. Choose the exact shape obtained at the center when the paper is unfolded.

Perimeter of Symmetrical Shapes

Each printable worksheet shows eight symmetrical shapes with all the possible lines of symmetry. Students in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade need to find the perimeter of each symmetrical shape using the information given.

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