These Symmetry Drawing Worksheets are free downloads for my email community. See how half of the picture is provided, and students are prompted to complete the drawing?

Basic Shapes Games

These games I shared could be extended to included symmetry learning. Toss your diving ring onto a shape that has only 1 line of symmetry.

Here’s a similar wooden set from Melissa Doug. As with my set, some of the foods will be symmetrical and some will not.

Fruit and Vegetable Cutting

You can simply cut (or have your student) cut out a variety of different two-dimensional shapes to use for symmetry exploration.

Paper Folding

Another fun, interactive idea for exploring symmetry is to hold your folded paper shapes up against a mirror.

Mirror Images

Such a fun and different way to engage with this mathematical concept. This activity can be exciting for little hands as well as older kids!