Launch 2020 with Projects for your 3Doodler Pen

Happy New Year! Let the old year end and the New Year begin… with amazing Doodles!

The holiday hubbub is finally calming down, and now is a great time to start creating with your 3D pens, new or old. Whether you’re new to Doodling, or if you’re a seasoned 3D-pen pro, these helpful resources and 3Doodler projects will help take your Doodling to the next level.

If you’re a teacher and you’re interested in bringing 3Doodler into your classroom, we’d love to provide support tailored for your unique classroom needs. Feel free to reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help!

Getting Started with your new 3D Pen

More resources for your 3Doodler Start here.

More resources for your 3Doodler Create here.

Projects for Your 3Doodler Start Pen

Stencil
Bookworm Bookmark

Nothing expresses gratitude more than a personalized gift, so join 3Doodler in crafting the perfect Bookmark for your favorite Librarian!

Stencil
Fabric Prints

Add a custom touch to any piece of fabric by making your very own fabric stencils.

Stencil
Helicopter

Use this stencil to create a helicopter with moving rotor blades.

Tutorial
Handmade Beads

We are in love with these simple & stunning handmade beads, created by Grace Du Prez.

These beads tick all the boxes for us:

  • Modern & utterly wearable
  • Tailored to your style
  • Handmade look and feel
  • Myriad of applications
  • Gorgeous gifts
  • Super cool family project
  • Really easy for anyone to make
  • The larger beads are hollow so you use less plastic, which means more pretty beads!

Projects for Your 3Doodler Create+ Pen

Stencil
V-Twin Engine

Make a model of a V-Twin engine using our simple stencil. Yes, it really cranks!

Stencil
Wine Holder

Deliver your next wine gift in a handmade wine holder, made with FLEXY filament. It’s guaranteed to wow all who behold it!

Stencil
Pot Pourri Holder

Add an elegant touch to your home with our lavish pot pourri holder stencil. The Doodle is sure to be a talking piece!

Stencil
2020 Glasses Stencil

We’ve made a special stencil just for 2020, which can be made with any of our 3D pens. Rock these 2020 glasses to launch the New Year in style!

Stencil
Lotus Light

Set a zen mood in your abode with our lotus light stencil.

Stencil
Cord Holder

Use our practical cord holder stencil and some FLEXY filament to organize your cables... in style.

Have a question about anything at all? 3Doodler’s renowned Customer Service is here for you. Contact Us.

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Holiday Doodles for Kids and Adults

The holidays are just around the corner and everyone is gearing up for the festivities!

We have compiled some easy holiday projects to help you get into the holiday spirit. So whether you’re a student, teacher, or parent, it’s time to get those 3D pens out and have some festive fun with our activities.

Adorable Mini Christmas Trees

Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas tree, how lovely are your Doodly details! Add tiny ornaments to embellish your Doodled tree with your own unique touch. These are guaranteed to wow your guests!

Materials:

3Doodler Start Pen or Create+ Pen
3Doodler Start Plastic or Create+ Plastic
Mini Christmas Tree Stencil
– Optional: Start DoodlePad or Create DoodlePad to trace the stencil

DIY Holiday Gift Tags

Add a heartwarming touch to your Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or holiday gifts this year with a personalized gift tag!

Materials:

3Doodler Start Pen or Create+ Pen
3Doodler Start Plastic or Create+ Plastic
– Pencil and Paper to make your own custom holiday stencil.
– Optional: Start DoodlePad or Create DoodlePad to trace the stencil

Splendid Snowflakes

Decorate your home with Doodled snowflakes to add some wintery flare to your abode. You’ll be walking in a winter wonderland, but staying cozy and warm inside!

Materials:

3Doodler Start Pen or Create+ Pen
3Doodler Start Plastic or Create+ Plastic
Snowflake Stencil
– Optional: Start DoodlePad or Create DoodlePad to trace the stencil

The Cutest Elves for your Shelves

Doodle these tiny elves and their reindeer buddy to bring the North Pole festivities to your decor.

Materials:

3Doodler Start Pen or Create+ Pen
3Doodler Start Plastic or Create+ Plastic
Elves and Reindeer Stencil
– Optional: Start DoodlePad or Create DoodlePad to trace the stencil

Simple Holiday Ornaments

Everyone loves ornaments! Give your Christmas tree a personalized touch with your very own handmade ornament. Simply trace over the stencil outline to make a frame, then wrap filament around it.

Materials:

3Doodler Start Pen or Create+ Pen
3Doodler Start Plastic or Create+ Plastic
Holiday Ornament Stencils
– Optional: Start DoodlePad or Create DoodlePad to trace the stencil

Want more holiday decor ideas? Check out these links:

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Brittany Ballou on Harnessing Student Excitement + Winter Lesson Plan

In this blog post...
  • See Brittany Ballou’s New Winter Geometry Lesson Plan (elementary students) here!

  • To save time on grading, create student rubrics for project based learning (PBL) and grade them throughout the project process.

  • Hands-on activities will help you harness student excitement before the winter break. PBL will bring focused fun and keep students on the move, concentrated on a topic, and collaborating with others.

Brittany Ballou

December is such an invigorating time of year!

Both teachers and students are looking forward to the winter break, and it can be increasingly challenging for students to contain their excitement in the classroom.

We had a chance to catch up with STEAM teacher, Brittany Ballou, who not only wrote a superb winter lesson plan, but also provided some tips on bringing focused fun to your class before the holiday.

Be sure to check out Brittany’s Winter Lesson Plan here or check out a video of her class in action.

Q and A with Brittany Ballou

3Doodler: Thanks so much for meeting with us, Brittany, and for writing the winter lesson plan. Do you have any tips for other teachers on how to keep students engaged in the classroom before winter break?

The holidays are one of my favorite times of the school year because students are filled with excitement.

Harness that excitement and you’ll have them engaged. Fun hands-on activities will get your students focused on learning without even realizing they’re learning. Don’t give them another worksheet. Instead, use literature to connect STEM/STEAM projects. Collect all of the recyclables, use Legos, pull out your 3Doodlers, and let students have fun. Give them structure on a project topic and you’ll see excitement and learning abound in your classroom!

Do you have suggestions for how teachers can make time to grade papers at school while keeping students focused and happy?

Teachers should create rubrics that students can access for their project-based learning.

As students are working, have your rubrics on a clipboard, ask them questions, look at their products, observe the teamwork, and grade the rubrics throughout the project process. That way you are not stuck with grading the project at the very end. Pace yourself and you’ll find that project grading is easy, and it doesn’t have to take time away from either the lesson or your home life.

The weeks leading up to winter break can be stressful for teachers. Do you have any advice that can help teachers during this time of year?

Let yourself and your students have fun. You have spent the first several months of school building relationships with your students. Now, use what you know about their interests to focus their learning. I love project-based learning because students learn without even realizing it.

If you haven’t done a hands-on project, yet, this is the perfect time to try one. Don’t stress about it being perfect, but instead focus on giving students an opportunity to explore their learning in a different way. Let them get up and move. With all of that excitement, they get antsy and the last thing you want to do is keep them sitting in one place. Project-based learning will keep them on the move, focused on a topic, and collaborating with others.

Doodle Snowflakes: Geometry and Symmetry
Time Required: Two 45-60 minute sessions
Skill Level: Beginner
Recommended Grades: K to 2nd

In this lesson, students will work individually using the 3Doodler pens to doodle a geometrical snowflake that is also symmetrical. Students will review the concepts of geometry, patterns, and symmetry.

Do you have tips for bringing focused fun to your classroom before the winter break?

Other teachers want to know! Share them with the EDU community on Twitter, and be sure to follow Brittany Ballou.

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