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Drawing and Painting Fun (3rd) - Tiles -
You can find T TT TILES in bathrooms and kitchens. The decorations alternate colours to make patterns.
TILES are in bathrooms and kitchens because these are the places in the house where there is water.
Muslim artists use colours and geometric shapes in TILES.
You can create patterns with geometric shapes on graph paper. LOOK: we can see squares, zig-zag lines, curved lines...
Geometric tile shapes Notice how the colours and patterns are repeated. What shapes can you see?
What geometric shape is this? SQUARE
What geometric shape is this? TRIANGLE
What geometric shape is this? RECTANGLE
What geometric shape is this? HEXAGON
TILES Now, complete the design with a pencil and colour with it; book (page ten).
Your own design in this interactive grid. this interactive grid.this interactive gridthis interactive grid
Dragonflies and Butterflies. A Dragonflys Life An Adult Dragonfly: Has 2 sets of wings. Has a head, body, and long tail. Is made of organic shapes (made.
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Decorative Clay Tiles and Plaques.
GUSTAV KLIMT AUSTRIAN PAINTER Known for his mosaics and murals as well as paintings.
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CMM 1108 shapes. shapes in design geometric shapes –square triangle circle hexagon natural shapes –trees rocks landscapes abstract shapes –stylised shapes.
Using Transformations to Create Fantastic Tessellations! Dr. Maria Mitchell 1.
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Patterns. PATTERNS A pattern constitutes a set of numbers or objects in which all the members are related with each other by a specific rule. It is also.
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Shapes and Desings Class III Prepared by : Suneina Lamba K V no 2, Sirsa.
HOW MANY SHAPES do you see?
Drawing and Painting Fun (5th) - Sketches -. We’re going to learn to draw people using basic shapes as outlines. You can use: Circle Oval Rectangle Square.
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