Alphabetical Symmetry - Enrichment 16.3
Fourth and fifth graders analyze the dotted lines on each of the alphabet letters. They write horizontal or vertical to tell which line is a line of symmetry. If neither dotted line is a line of symmetry, they write neither.
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