This new resource we have created combines coding with observing the computational nature of Tukutuku panel patterns. Students are given a range of challenges to match the pattern set for them. The extension for this would be for the students to then write a code block for the pattern they create and then tesselate this code block so that their Tukutuku panel pattern fills the stage.
We have created a video demonstrating how the coding for this project works and it is embedded within the slide show and is also on our You Tube channel. In addition, if you want to see the Scratch project you can find it here.
If you want us to make more of this kind of resource please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make more resources to share with you, related to your need. If you want to gain access to a copy of the teaching resource shown above please contact us also.