This pretty angel picture can be completed by using symmetry. We've provided a grid to help as she's rather tricky!
These symmetry worksheets are a fun way to help children understand the idea of reflectional symmetry. Each worksheet has half a picture and children need to complete the other half. They come in two options; one with a grid to make it easier and one without.
Complete the picture of this little Christmas angel and learn about symmetry at the same time. Choose from a gridded version of the worksheet (easier) or blank.
Learn about symmetry by trying to reproduce the second half of our funny bat on this symmetry worksheet. We have a gridded version for younger children.
Finish our picture of a Christmas bauble using symmetry in this fun activity. The gridded worksheet is an easier task.
This Christmas gift symmetry challenge is just that - a challenge! Use the grid to help you draw the missing half of the picture.
If the kids can mirror this picture exactly through the line of symmetry, they will have a complete picture of a Christmas present!
This lovely reindeer is perfectly symmetrical - but he is missing one half! Can the kids finish the picture?
Here's a simple picture of a Christmas tree for the kids to complete while learning about symmetry. Once the whole tree is drawn, why not add some decorations in a symmetrical pattern, too?
Here's a slightly more complicated design for the kids to complete, one of our set of eight symmetry worksheets. Finish the picture of a Christmas wreath by mirroring the picture to the blank side of the line.
Finish our picture of a cute Corgi using symmetry in this fun activity. The gridded worksheet is an easier task.
Can you complete this drawing of a crab using symmetry? An easier worksheet with a grid is also available. You could colour the crab in once you've finished!
Learn all about symmetry with our fun dog printable! We have two versions, gridded and blank. The gridded version is easier.
Complete the Easter egg by copying one half to the other with this fun symmetry worksheet. The grid option makes it a little easier.
Learn all about symmetry with our fun frog printable! We have two versions, gridded and blank. The gridded version is easier.
Here's a fun way to draw a gingerbread man - using symmetry! Mirror the picture on the left half of the line over to the right, and you will have a complete gingerbread man to colour in.
If your child needs a little extra help, choose the gridded version of our grasshopper symmetry worksheet. The grid will help them visualise the reflection.
Finish our picture of a guinea pig using symmetry in this fun activity. The gridded worksheet is an easier task.
Complete the hamster by copying one half to the other with this fun symmetry worksheet. The grid version will help younger children.
Complete this drawing of a refreshing ice lolly using symmetry. You could then colour it in when you've finished? This is one of our more simple symmetry worksheets, and a grid is available to help younger children too.
We've ladybug and ladybird versions of our fun symmetry worksheets here, each with the option to have a grid (easier) or not (more challenging).
Can you use symmetry to complete the picture of this cheeky lobster? Younger children may find the grid version easier.
This maple leaf symmetry worksheet asks children to complete the leaf with a mirror image of half already there. There are two versions; one with a grid to make it a bit easier and one without for more of a challenge.
Here's a fun way to learn about symmetry! Can the kids complete our funny meerkat by mirror copying the left half over to the right?
Our symmetry worksheets are a real challenge for the kids. We have two versions, one gridded (easier) and one blank. Can children draw the missing half of the Olympic medal?
This Olympic wreath symmetry worksheet asks the kid to copy one half of the wreath over to the other side of the page. The worksheet with the grid is easier, but still challenging!
This lovely pig needs completing using symmetry! The grid version makes it a little easier for younger children...
Complete the rabbit by copying one half to the other with this fun symmetry worksheet. The grid option makes it a little easier.
This reindeer symmetry challenge is a little different to the others in our collection, in that there is a solid shape to complete. Use the grid to help.
Complete the sandcastle by copying one half to the other with this fun symmetry worksheet. This is quite a challenging symmetry drawing and the grid version will help younger children.
Draw the second half of this snowflake, using the principles of symmetry to fill in the missing parts of the grid.
This is a fiendishly difficult symmetry worksheet! You might want to start the children on some of the others in the set, and work up to this one. Mirror the lines on the left of the line of symmetry over to the right and you will have a perfect, symmetrical snowflake!
Draw the other 4 legs to complete the spider on this spider symmetry worksheet. Try to make your drawing a mirror image of the printed spider half.
It isn't easy to draw a perfect five-pointed star, and the symmetry of the star isn't always obvious. This fun worksheet shows children exactly where the line of symmetry is, and asks them to mirror the lines to complete the picture. The grid version of the worksheet is much easier!
Can you complete this picture of the sun by mirroring the picture to the other side? There is a version with a grid available to help make this task easier.
Complete the picture of this beautiful sunflower. If you prefer you can use the grid option to help you.