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Identify and create geometric tessellation patterns (also known as tiling) with these printable worksheets and activities.
Draw tessellations on graph paper for one of the pentominoes shown. Includes examples.Tessellate: Cut-Outs Member
Copy this worksheet on card stock, cut out the images, and use them as patterns for tessellations. Tell which figures can be tessellated and which ones cannot.Tessellate: Project Member
Create a tessellation pattern on construction by cutting a shape from a three-by-three square of paper and using it as a traceable pattern.Tessellation Teaching Ideas Member
This page contains four fun and interesting ways to teach your geometry lesson on tessellation.
Tell whether each shale can tessellate. Write yes or no for each shape shown.Shape Tessellations Member
Tell whether each shape can be tessellated. Write yes or no on the line.Polygon Tessellations Member
Determine whether each polygon can be tessellated. Write yes or no on each line.
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