3.14 The student will identify, describe, compare, and contrast characteristics of plane and solid
geometric figures (circle, square, rectangle, triangle, cube, rectangular prism, square pyramid,
sphere, cone, and cylinder) by identifying relevant characteristics, including the number of
angles, vertices, and edges, and the number and shape of faces, using concrete models.

 

The students here are required to Identify both 3D and 2D shapes. The students can practice making the shapes on the 3D printer. AnĀ  activity would be to have the students create different things (such as a house or a flower) and have to state what shapes both 3D and 2D they used to make their object

Creation

Phase 1- Go over some simple shapes, and make sure that the students know all the 2D and 3D shapes that they can use for crating their object

Phase 2- The students can start by creating their objects in parts, with a house starting with a roof, then the house body.

Phase 3- The students will take each part that they created to make the entire project, ready for print

Iteration

The students will have to know what the shapes are and how some objects are made up. They will then be able to work on making the objects they want to make.

Sharing

The students can share the things that they created and what shapes they used to make it. They can show the class how they did it and why each shape fits just right.

Autonomy

The students can make any shape they want, and create their own directions on their object. The stunts can make any thing that they want to, making the project and how they create it their own.