|Year Levels||4, 5, 6, 7|
|Colour||Black and White|
A tetromino is a flat shape, made by joining four squares together. A complete edge of a square must touch a complete edge of another square.
There are five different tetrominoes for you to create. Five different ways of joining four squares together. Your task is to find them. Use the grid provided to draw the five different tetrominoes.
Students should complete in pencil first and then colour them once hey are correct.
REMEMBER – You cannot use flips, turns or slides.