Forgive the delay. Here are pdf files of the hexagons we built for use in my hierarchy of hexagons lessons. You should be able to open and edit them in Adobe Illustrator. Consider them CC-BY-SA.

Set 1 (pdf)

Set 2 (pdf)

Shout out to former students Jen Carlson, Nadaa Hassan and Brenna Magnuson for collaborating on these.

Hexagons by Christopher Danielson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Update: Below is the current complete set, with added hexagons from former students Ruth Pieper, Brandon Schwab and Mona Yusuf.

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Don’t forget me! I helped too!! 🙂

Right! Sorry! Fixed up. I owe you, Brenna.

Thanks for these! We were just (this morning) talking about doing this with our students.

Your hexagon posts inspired me to put together a hexagon post of a different sort, one that I had been intending to do for some time :http://wp.me/pEFoL-SH

Congrats to your students on a job well done ..including Brenna

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I wish you could sell these as a set 🙂

Good news! I can! They’re special order only, though. Shoot me a note: mathematics.csd@gmail.com

The PDFs won’t open! 😦

Oh no! Sorry about that! Try this one:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/707ww0w86x68a1c/hexagons.pdf?dl=0