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This quiz deals with identifying and describing the properties of 2D shapes, including the number of sides and line symmetry in a vertical line.
In elementary school children are taught to identify some of the properties of 2dimensional shapes. They will begin to explore this for themselves, perhaps by folding a shape exactly in half  the fold line then shows one line of symmetry.
This quiz will help children to identify the property of symmetry in a variety of 2dimensional shapes.
Can you recognize the lines of symmetry in these shapes?














From corner to corner, through the middle vertically and horizontally

From each point to its opposite straight side


This shape doesn’t have lines of symmetry from corner to corner like the square

There is only one place this shape could be folded exactly in half – right down the middle


The shape could be folded exactly in half from left to right or top to bottom

There is only one place where this shape could be folded exactly in half


Circles have infinite lines of symmetry – you can fold them exactly in half all the way around!

The shape can’t be folded in half exactly at all


Only equilateral triangles have three lines of symmetry

Try to picture where you could fold the shape exactly in half
