Tessellations are repeating shapes that form a pattern without overlapping. Popularized by the famed artist M.C. Escher, these mathematic wonders can help your child to discover concepts that range from geometry to spatial expression.
What You Need:
- Construction paper
- Thin cardboard (try reusing an old cereal or shoe box)
- Tempera paint in two different colors
- Paint palette or washable paint tray
- Thick paint brush