Symmetry Picture Drawing

Learning about symmetry is a great way to help kids increase their observation skills and practice recognizing patterns, which are important skills needed in math and reading. Use these free printable symmetry drawing prompts for kids to practice drawing symmetrical pictures. A fun art and math activity in one!

Due to requests, we have added a left-handed version!


FREE printable Symmetry drawing activity for preschool and kindergarten kids. A fun art and math activity in one! Kids will complete the symmetrical pictures by drawing the other half.


This free printable Symmetry drawing pack includes 6 sheets with the following objects for kids to complete:

  • basic shapes
  • baseball
  • flower
  • ring
  • smiley face
  • ladybug
  • hat
  • butterfly
  • cat
  • monster/alien
  • house
Choose which pictures to give to your child/student depending on their age, skill level and understanding of symmetry. They can complete the drawing and color it if they wish! 





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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler, a preschooler, and a kindergartner, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

9 comments:

  1. It's very cute, but left-handed children can't use it.

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    1. I've added a left-handed version. Thanks for the feedback!

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  2. Hi, can you make a left handed copy?

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    1. Yes, I've added a left-handed version. Thanks for the feedback!

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  3. Love these! Thank you for sharing

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  4. My daughter is left handed, so thank you so much for thinking of offering it for left handed children. I never thought of the challenge she would have doing symmetry until I saw your left handed download. I appreciate it!

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  5. Thank you for thinking about let handed children, it is not easy to find things for left handed children, İ appreciate it ☺

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  6. Re: mirror drawing, good exercise, but please, in your demonstration photo, show the child holding the pencil properly - google proper pencil grip.

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