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1. A tessellation is a shape that repeats up, down, left, and right.
2. The hardest part about learning about tessellations was figuring out what was a tessellation and what wasn't. If there is only four of the same shapes it is not a tessellation.
3. My tessellation is a tessellation because the same shape repeats up, down, left, and right. It also has a middles piece.
Rube Goldberg Project
School wide reading lesson 2
The reason the author puts captions and labels into
books is because it explains a picture. It help young readers
understand pictures and why they are important.
Pictures and Illustrations:
School Wide Non Fiction Lesson 1
School Wide Lesson 8
Overall I think that life in the Midwest in the 1770s was probably about helping others and trading things. I really liked that people were so kind to dress up for us!
I didn't dislike anything because it was all really cool because people explained in deep detail about their lives! This was an awesome field trip.
School wide Reading Lesson 7
Schoolwide lesson 6
Schoolwide Lesson 5