1. Work your way through the interactive activities on this website: Maths Cats 2. Find real life examples of tessellations around school or at home. Take photos of three of them. Post your favourite one on the Photos blog post. Try to get unusual or unique ones. Make sure you put your name with them. 3. Have a go at making your own tessellation on the computer. Follow the instructions from this website. Maths Cats Copy it onto the Computer Tessellations post. 4. Put these two keywords into Google: Escher and tessellation. Have a close look at his Escher's tessellations. Copy one and post it onto the Escher post. Make sure you don't put one on that someone else has already done. 5. What uses can you think of for tessellations? List them on the 'Uses for Tessellations' post. 6. Design a Christmas card which has tessellations as its theme. Scan it and put it on the Tessellations Christmas Card post. Click this link to find some isometric paper.