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Symmetry: Point Symmetry Activities

 

Activities

(If you need extra information, read about Line Symmetry and Rotational Symmetry.)

  1. This frame has point symmetry and rotational symmetry of order 2. Draw a picture with point symmetry and rotational symmetry of order 2. (Submit your original drawing in .jpg or .gif format to this website to add to the collection.)

    View pictures submitted to this question.


  2. a) Make a picture that DOES NOT have point symmetry but DOES have rotational symmetry

  3. And then, answer this question. If an image has rotational symmetry, which ones also have point symmetry? Can you find a rule for the order or magnitude of a figure that has both rotational symmetry and point symmetry.



For more information and activities about Point Symmetry, visit these pages.

[Point Symmetry Home Page] [Pattern Blocks] [Cards] [Extensions] [Challenge] [Symmetry Home Page]


These symmetry pages have been brought to you by Nancy Powell, a TeachNet Web Mentor from Bloomington High School, Bloomington, IL.

 

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