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Math Links & Resources: Tessellations and Escher
resources & links Teachers Network Math

Tessellations and Escher

  1. Escher Art Gallery - full of Escher art!
  2. Escher Tessellation Activity
  3. Kaleidoscope Tessellation Activity
  4. Polygon Tessellation Activity
  5. Tessellation Lesson - from Coolmath.com
  6. Tessellation Tutorials
  7. Tiling
  8. World of Escher - M.C. Escher was a man studied and greatly appreciated by respected mathematicians, scientists and crystallographers yet he had no formal training in math or science. He was a humble man who considered himself neither an artist or mathematician. You'll find that intricate repeating patterns, mathematically complex structures, spatial perspectives all require a "second look". In Escher's work what you see the first time is most certainly not all there is to see. Visit often!

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Nancy Powell is a Web Mentor for the Teachers Network and the Lead Teacher of the Mathematics Department at Bloomington High School in Bloomington, IL
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Nancy Powell at npowell@bhs-ms.org

 

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