Year 4

Year 4

To investigate a problem using symmetry (Part 1)

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Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will recap the knowledge we have developed on symmetry. We will investigate different types of shapes and patterns and use our new knowledge to solve problems based on their lines of symmetry. We will draw, investigate and justify our ideas.

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5 Questions

Q1.
Which letter DOES have a line of symmetry?
F
G
Q2.
Which letter DOES NOT have a line of symmetry?
I
K
Q3.
Which shape does NOT have a line of symmetry?
A
C
Q4.
How many lines of symmetry does an equilateral triangle have?
4
5
Q5.
How many lines of symmetry does the number 8 have?
5
8

5 Questions

Q1.
A line of symmetry can also be called....
A diagonal line
A reflective line
Q2.
A regular pentagon has how many lines of symmetry?
3 lines
4 lines
Q3.
How many lines of symmetry does this isosceles trapezium have?
2
3
Q4.
Which of these numbers has 2 lines of symmetry?
8088
8880
Q5.
Quadrilaterals have 4 lines of symmetry.
always true
never true