A domino is made up of two squares joined together edge to edge. But what if we add more squares? Explore triominoes, tetrominoes, pentominoes and beyond!
There are two ways to join three squares together edge to edge. What can you discover about the L-shaped triomino?
Pentominoes are made by joining five squares together edge to edge. Can you find them all and make a full set?
Try covering a chessboard with L-triominoes. You can't cover every square... which squares can be left uncovered?
Some shapes to make and explore with pentominoes