Hugh Sexey Church of England Middle School
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Time for some Pentominoes!

Using your understanding of tessellations, we'd like you to play pentominoes today. It's called pentominoes because each piece is made up of 5 squares. 


You have to tessellate all of the pentominoes to make a rectangle. 


There are different puzzles for you to work through. Try not to get too infuriated with it- I certainly did when I had a go! It's great fun though- why not see if your family members can complete it too?


CLICK HERE to find the pentominoes puzzles.