The idea behind today’s making activity is to show the rotation of things in the solar system. We printed out an Earth, and a moon, and we figured that students could hold a flash light that represented the sun. Doing this, they would see how the…Read More
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Our group made attachable 3-D printed parts of a flower to align with Science SOL 1.4: The student will investigate and understand that plants have basic life needs and functional parts and can be classified according to ce…
This week we created an analog clock using the 3-D printer. Students can use these clocks to tell time to the nearest hour or minute. Students can use this model a specific time that is asked. For example, How does 1: 10 look like? How does 2:00 look…Read More
Our group decided to make a Compass Rose because it can be used anytime, in and out of the classroom.Read More
These pieces are different parts of a flower. The parts could be used at a station so the students can learn the parts of a flower and where each goes. The students have a tangible part that is like a 3D puzzle they can play around with and they can teach themselves basically. Another good … Continue reading Making Activity: 3D print out activityRead More
Earth and Moon (1)
This 3D printout can be used to demonstrate the moon phases. This artifact can be held and used as am a visual tool, using flashlights or lamps to actually see how the moon phases in the palm of their hands.