This project is the perfect community-building activity for your class in October. This project connects the individual with the group using tessellations.
Students will review story elements and write ghost stories on their ghost tessellation piece. Once their individual piece is finished, it will get cut out and they will all be assembled into a tessellation mural. I’ve done everything I can to make this a successful project—I’ve even made a teaching video!
My tessellation projects are fun, unique, and creative projects. It’s fun for kids and easy for you as the teacher.
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