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Lesson Plans

Re: Tesselations

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Kurt Hasselman (kprs)
Sun, 05 Jul 1998 23:11:09 -0400

I do tesselations as a linoleum block....and all you have to do is a block
of two, and then repeat print them....we do the block as one positive and
one negative...

I WILL try them as clay tiles this year, THANKS!

San D

P.S. I also go into the math classes as a followup to their tesselations
math work, and then they do it as an 'art' experience...sometimes doing
them as 'kites' combining the 'decoration of tesselations' with the
geometry of kite making.

betti longinotti wrote:

> Marsha said: "I have done Tesselations that use a 3" square as a
> starter. I first discuss M.C. Escher and show his Tesselations."
> Marsha et al-
> What different media do you work in when creating tesselation designs?
> Has anyone ever tried a clay tile tesselation project?
> In Art & Life,
> Betti L.
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