Students use this worksheet and draw all the lines of symmetry onto these flags. You can then ask early finishing students to draw a line of asymmetry on each flag in a different colour.
Students could then create their own flags, some with 1 line of symmetry, others with 2, 3 and so on.
You could hold a competition relating to who can create the most symmetrical flag and who can create a flag that tricks the grade (everyone thinks it's symmetrical but it's not or vice versa).
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