A tessellation is created when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a plane without any gap or overlap.
When you fit individual tiles together with no gap or overlap to fill a flat space, you have a tiled floor.
We have already learnt that few shapes such as triangles, squares, hexagons tile on a plane while few figures such as pentagons, heptagons do not tessellate on a plane.
1. Complete the shapes by filling the tiles.
2. Draw one more tile to continue the pattern.