If we stack up all the cross sections of a figure, does it create the figure? Pupils make the connection between the complete set of cross sections and the solid. They then view videos in order to see how 3D printers use Cavalerie's...
Explore the relationship between 2D and 3D shapes by having your class view representation of shapes and investigate their symmetry. They will create a solid object from diagrams and describe the reflection or rotational symmetry. In the...
Explore vocabulary related to three-dimensional shapes. An instructional website describes the characteristics of different geometric solids. Learners can use an interactive component to view nets, faces, vertices, and edges of common...
Can your first graders identify a cone? What about a cube? Or a prism? Help them find the differences between these shapes with this worksheet, which provides a word bank for three-dimensional shapes. For extra practice, bring in...
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A fabulous four-page assignment explores volume formulae for rectangular prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids. Pupils apply the formulas to solve problems, match diagrams to values, and address real-world scenarios. A detailed answer...
In this math activity, students examine 4 pictures of 3D objects and write the name of each. Students then study 3 pictures and figure the number of faces, edges and vertices on each.
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How does the shape of the surface of water in a container change as water leaks out? After tackling this question, learners take part in a similar activity with more complex figures.
Learners use 3-dimensional materials to create a simple 3-D object. They think about different ways the object could be sliced. Students choose one way to slice the object, and draw the sliced shape on paper or computer. Using a 3-D...
Students calculate the surface area of rectangular prisms, cylinders, and square pyramids. In this surface area lesson, the teacher demonstrates how to find the surface area of these figures and provides students with a formula chart....
Students construct three dimensional self-portraits. In this visual arts lesson plan, students use clay to create a self-portrait. Students make the clay and discuss their self-portrait.
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Sew up pupil interest with an engaging, hands-on lesson. Learners first design a sports bag given constraints on the dimensions of fabric. They then evaluate provided sample responses to identify strengths and weaknesses of included...
Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what constellation you were seeing or whether that bright object was a star or a planet? Are you searching for the best tilt-to-view constellation and planet app that money can't buy?...
Creating with an app is nice. But, creating with an app and being able to print and use your creation is great! This tool provides the opportunity to hone the skills related to spacial awareness, three-dimensional thinking, creativity,...
What is water worth to you? The answer probably depends on many different variables. Learners explore the value of water in space and what it takes to transport the resource to locations in a galaxy far far away. They then consider...
Explore the solar system in detail, from it's origins to its components. Visual data gathered by actual space missions has been used to create the images and animations on each page of this stellar electronic book about the solar...
For this ESL 2D and 3D shapes worksheet, students assemble the booklet and read different types of shapes. Students then respond to 5 fill in the blank questions, 1 short answer question, and 5 matching questions regarding the...
Learners create a 3D vector field map of an electric field. In this physics lesson, students measure the voltage inside an aquarium with water. They present their findings and map to class..
Pupils explore the idea that primitive virtual 3D objects can be reshaped to infinitely original combinations using additive and subtractive methods. They create 3-D objects with a computer which necessitates a cooperation of right-brain...
Create three dimensional objects in an applied science instructional activity. The goal is for your class to recognize, compare, and model shapes. Using cookie cutters and clay or play dough, they create models for three-dimensional shapes.
Fourth graders use two different techniques to construct triangles with specific dimensions. They determine how to construct nets for three-dimensional objects focusing on those made with equilateral triangles. They are able to name the...
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