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Math: Tessellations

Lesson Plan Published 11/2/17 Last updated on 12/20/17

Broaden your mathematical horizons by transforming your study of geometric transformations into a digital art project. In this lesson, you’ll use M.C. Escher’s artwork to inspire your students to create their own unique tessellations with Adobe Photoshop.

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Claire Richards

Posted on 2/3/18 11:26:34 AM Permalink

This is fantastic the student sample is so simple but great, I have to admit to being a mad fan of tessellations!