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Creating a Mosaic Tile Using Equilateral Triangles and Squares

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Step 1 Begin by dividing your base surface into four to find the centre. Place one triangle pointing up to meet the centre- point. Using the horizontal centre line as a guide, place a triangle either side of the first triangle. These triangles should point downwards and neatly touch the centre line and sides of the first triangle.

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Step 2. Repeat the process above the centre line to create a hexagonal shape.

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Step3 Next to the flat face of each side of the hexagon stick down a square as shown.

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Step 4 In the spaces between each square stick in triangles of a different colour as shown. You have now finished the first part of the tile.

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Step 5 Begin the second part of the tile by sticking a triangle above the top central square so the triangle points upwards. Create your next section by using triangles to create a hexagon and then using the squares and other coloured triangles as previously shown.

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Step 6 Use triangles to fill in to create the hexagon shape and place the squares and other coloured triangles around it. Build up the mosaic by following the next stages…

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Step 7 In the same way as you have already worked create the next stage of the mosaic. The next few slides will show you how to finish your mosaic.

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