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CMS art students make tessellations

Campbellsville Middle School art students recently made their own tessellations.

 

Tessellations are interlocking and repeated patterns of shapes, similar to how pieces of a puzzle fit together.

 

To start, students in Jo Ann Harris’s class drew a shape on a piece of square paper. They cut out the shape and traced it on another sheet of paper to create an interlocking shape.

 

After they completed tracing their pattern on their paper, students colored their tessellations.

 

CMS art teacher Jo Ann Harris helps seventh-grader Takyia Cox draw his tessellation.

CMS art teacher Jo Ann Harris helps seventh-grader Takyia Cox draw his tessellation.

 

CMS eighth-grader John Orberson traces his tessellation.

CMS eighth-grader John Orberson traces his tessellation.

 

CMS seventh-grader Kaine Terry traces his tessellation.

CMS seventh-grader Kaine Terry traces his tessellation.

 

CMS seventh-graders Kitana Taylor, at left, and Serenity Ford make their tessellations.

CMS seventh-graders Kitana Taylor, at left, and Serenity Ford make their tessellations.

 

From left, CMS seventh-graders Grant Lawson, Kaine Terry and Logan Rakes trace their tessellations.

From left, CMS seventh-graders Grant Lawson, Kaine Terry and Logan Rakes trace their tessellations.





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