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LOGO Challenge 6 - Triangles and Stars

Age 11 to 16 Challenge Level:

Can you recreate any of these images?

Try to break the problem down into smaller tasks, for example making a large triangle, and saving each "piece" as a procedure before putting all the smaller pieces of your jigsaw back together.

First try to create the picture without colour then try adding some colour later. Y
ou will need the commands:

SETFLOODCOLOUR < n> where n is a number between 0 and 15
FILL

Remembering to move the turtle into the shape before filling it. There is an example of colouring in the notes of LOGO Challenge 5 - Patch.