# More reflections Worksheet

**K-12:**
Materials at high school level.

**Objective:**
Learn about rotational symmetry as it occurs in the real world

**Materials:**
A print out of this worksheet

1. These pictures are found in the real world.

- Draw the reflectional line of symmetry for each picture.
- Are the lines of symmetry horizontal or vertical (Circle one)?

If the picture does not have any reflectional lines of symmetry, just write, no lines of symmetry!

Horizontal Vertical | Horizontal Vertical |

Horizontal Vertical | Horizontal Vertical |

2. How many reflectional lines of symmetry can you find in each picture?

If the picture does not have any reflectional lines of symmetry, state that.

How many lines of symmetry? _____ | How many lines of symmetry? _____ |

How many lines of symmetry? _____ | How many lines of symmetry? _____ |

3. Only half of the images below are shown. Draw the other half using reflectional symmetry.

**Show Me Standards:**
2. Geometric and spatial sense involving measurement (including length, area, volume), trigonometry, and similarity and transformations of shapes.

**NCTM Standard:**
Apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematical situations.

Created by Alyssa Kernen