Today we are looking at line symmetry in 2D shapes.
Remember, a shape is symmetrical if you can divide it into matching halves.
You can explore symmetry by folding paper shapes or by using a mirror on the line of symmetry.
Try the activity.
Now choose a 2D shape and record all of it's properties.
How many sides, corners and lines of symmetry does it have?
Can you tell me anything else about it?
Extension: Think about the word: EXIT. How many lines of symmetry are in each letter?
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