Kites and Darts
|Object||make patterns with the interlocking pieces|
|Difficulty||Level 6 - Tricky|
|Type||Plastic Interlocking Puzzles|
These shapes, also known as Penrose tiles after their inventor, are famous among math heads everwhere! The pieces have small holes which indicate matching rules that force the patterns to be non-repeating. Among the many intriguing properties of these tiles is the way in which the Golden Ratio crops up over and over again.
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