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Surrounded by Rep-Tiles A Tessellation Activity

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Rep-Tile Design: Rep-tiles are geometric figures such that n copies will tessellate. This means that each piece must fit together with NO gaps and NO overlaps. Rep-tiles are geometric figures such that n copies will tessellate. This means that each piece must fit together with NO gaps and NO overlaps.

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Rep-Tiled A puzzle is a good example of a tessellation

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Rep-tile Assignment: You will receive a piece of cardstock and a bag that contains five polygons. You will receive a piece of cardstock and a bag that contains five polygons. You are to begin by placing a DOT in the center of the page. Begin arranging the polygons around that point so that your design tessellates. You are to begin by placing a DOT in the center of the page. Begin arranging the polygons around that point so that your design tessellates.

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Rep-Tile Guile: You must cover AT LEAST two thirds of the sheet of paper before you are finished. You must cover AT LEAST two thirds of the sheet of paper before you are finished. Once you have completed the drawing, you are to color your design. Once you have completed the drawing, you are to color your design.

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Rep-Tile Revelation:

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Remember: Transformations will help you to tessellate your polygons. Transformations will help you to tessellate your polygons. Turn it! Slide it!Flip it!

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