This week we are learning about shapes that can be used in tiling. Shapes that tessellate use repetition of geometric shapes without gaps or overlap. In Latin tesella means small pieces of stone or clay used in making mosaics. Honeycomb and bathroom tiles are some examples of tessellation.
Check the link to find out more about shapes that tessellate.
In the slide presentation below we share some examples of tessellation found around our house.
Which of these shapes do not tessellate?
Find out more about tessellating shapes used in forming pictures
This is for challenge 6 in the blogging challenge.