Wednesday, 23 November 2011


This week we have been learning about tessellations with Miss Holland. A tessellation is when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a surface without any gaps or overlaps. First we cut out a rectangle, then we cut out a little shape on the top of the rectangle and translated it to the bottom. We traced our shape over and over again until it covered the whole page. Here's an example of a finished tessellation.

by Dasha and Meg

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