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By creating an Art history puzzle, students will apply the rules of a grid drawing system and produce a puzzle that uses tessellations to create inter...
Introduce the work of M.C. Escher and the influence of abstract geometrical designs of the Alhambra Castle in Spain.
Create a tessellation template that will be used for the puzzle.
Use the Tessellation template to design the puzzle. On one side of the 8x10 inch cardboard trace the template so that it fills all of the work area. M...
Select one of the provided Art masterpieces and create a 1x1 inch grid drawing over the image. Also create a 1x1 inch grid drawing on the side of the...
Use a pencil and the grid system to reporduce the art masterpiece onto the cardboard. Use paints to add color to the grid drawing on the cardboard. ...
Place an extra scrap of cardboard under your work and turn the cardboard so that the tessellation side is facing you. Use an X-acto knife to cut alon...
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Several modifications can be made to this project for studnets with special needs. You can still have the student create a tessellation template and ...
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