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The Basic Unit of Life: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells (STEM)
In this activity, students will work in pairs to doodle two cell models, one of a prokaryotic cell, and one of a eukaryotic cell.
Two 60-minute sessions
Advanced
9th - 12th
Doodle-Atoms
In this activity, students will work individually to create a Rutherford model of an atom.
Two 45-minute sessions
Intermediate
9th - 12th
Doodler Tree Anglers
Students will work in pairs to doodle a forked tree limb, find the angles, determine the type of triangle created when a third side is added, and more.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
6th - 8th
Doodle-Wobblehead Notables
Students will work in pairs to research a historic notable, isolate 5 of the most interesting research facts about them, and incorporate those facts into a wobblehead design.
One to two 50-minute sessions
Beginner
6th - 8th
Doodled Blackout Poetry
Students will make a poem based on pieces of published poetry and use the 3Doodler to blackout words and phrases.
One 50-minute session
Beginner
6th - 8th
Lasso-Doodler Roundup
Students will doodle a lasso, use it to isolate words that form contractions and then doodle the contractions to share with the class.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle-Spud-Heads (Our Five Senses)
Students will doodle eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and hands in order to demonstrate how we use our senses.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Leafy-Family-Doodles (Science: Inheritance in Plants)
In this lesson, students will identify the inherited characteristics of leaves, analyzing how 4 leaves of the same plant are alike or different.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
Holiday-Doodle-Challenges
The following holiday lesson plan provides fun STEM engineering challenges for whole group activities.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
3rd - 5th
STEM: Doodle-Winter-Balance (Design Investigation: Weights and Balance)
In this lesson, students will work in pairs using the 3Doodler to doodle objects related to the winter season.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Trees (Trees and the Four Seasons)
Students will work in pairs using the 3Doodler to doodle 4 tree branches as models of the 4 seasons, i.e., winter, spring, summer, and fall.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Tangrams (Puzzler Investigation)
Students will work in pairs using the 3Doodler to doodle a seven piece set of mathematical tangrams.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Parachute-Jumpers (Design Investigation)
Students will work in pairs using the 3Doodler to design and create different parachute jumpers, as well as an aerodynamic parachute crafted with everyday objects, e.g., coffee filters and string.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle-Sole-Charms (Sense of Touch & Sight)
In this lesson, students will work with a partner to investigate two of their five senses, touch and sight, and then identify various patterns using these senses.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Ice-Lanterns (States of Matter)
In this lesson, students will work in pairs using the 3Doodler to explore states of matter.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Hockey (Engineering Challenge)
Students use the 3Doodler to design a template and doodle the optimal hockey stick, using shafts of different lengths and blades of various shapes.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Floating Doodles (Buoyancy: Sink or Float)
Students will work in pairs to explore the buoyancy of water with boats that they've designed and created using a 3Doodler and other materials.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Line-Puzzlers (Continuous Line Drawings)
Students will work to try and solve 3 levels of continuous line puzzlers as stencils, then trace over the same path using a 3Doodler.
Two 45-60 minute session
Beginner
3rd - 5th
STEM: Doodle-Engineering-Challenge (Scientific Method)
In this lesson, pairs of students will use the 3Doodler in an attempt to build the tallest structure in the class.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
3rd - 5th
STEM: Plants & Animals (Basic Needs)
Students will work in pairs using the 3Doodler to create the two rings of a Venn-Diagram, as well as symbols representing the basic needs of plants and animals.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Doodle-Wheelers (Force and Motion/Simple Machines)
In this activity, students will work in pairs to explore the size of wheels and their effects on force and motion.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Shape Shifters (Identifying Shapes and Attributes)
Students will work in pairs to identify shapes, and doodle a set of 3 different shapes to be welded together as a doodle-animal.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Rockin-Doodle-Dominoes (Sorting by Color Attribute)
Students will work in pairs to identify colors and write their names in an activity where they will design their own set of color-dominoes using rocks.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle-Number Line (Adding and Subtracting Using a Number Line)
Students will work in pairs to practice adding and subtracting single and double-digit numbers in order to reveal a stencil of a robot inside a hundreds chart.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Pine Cone Counting-Doodlers (Fractions: Comparing parts to whole)
Students will doodle pine cone scales with different colors, then work with the numerical significance of the scales in order to learn about fractions.
One 30-45 minute session
Beginner
3rd - 5th
MATH: Old MacDoodle’s-Doodles (Shapes, Sorting, Categorizing)
Students will work in pairs to analyze a set of shapes, determine common attributes and then draw a stencil for another shape that would fit into each of Old MacDoodle's shape sets.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle-Touch-Dots (Addition)
In this activity, students will work in pairs to practice adding numbers from 0-9 using touch dots.
One 30-45 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle-the-Dots (Even and Odd numbers)
Students will work in pairs to practice identifying and counting even and odd numbers (up to 20) in a connect-the-dots activity.
One 30-45 minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle-Inchworm (Measurement)
In this activity, students will work in pairs to practice measuring objects in inches using a doodled inchworm ruler.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle-Counters (Counting & Number Correspondence)
Students will practice counting, while creatively reinterpreting the numbers 1-10 as doodled animals, people, or objects.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle-Butterflies (Symmetry)
Students will work in pairs to doodle symmetrical butterflies to be displayed as stained glass renderings mounted on windows or against fabric backdrops.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle Difference
Students work in pairs to subtract the difference within 20 and decipher a color-key in order to Doodle a Doodle-Dog, bones, and bowls.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle-Sums
Students explore subtraction and decipher a color-key in order to doodle the Doodle-Bird and her babies with the appropriate colors.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Doodle Place Value Art
In this activity, students will work in pairs to doodle ones, tens, and hundreds "base ten blocks" using a pre-made stencil.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
MATH: Comparing Numbers with Doodle Gator
Students will work in pairs to doodle models which will be used to identify sets of numbers as greater than, less than or equal to.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
3Doodler Reading Pals
Students will work on decoding strategies in groups of three utilizing the six phonics reading pals as mnemonics.
Two or three 30-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle Magic Words
In this lesson, students will work with a partner to doodle a list of spelling words written on paper cards.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle-Faces (Writing: Show-Don’t Tell-Your Character’s Emotions)
In this lesson, students will work with a partner to develop a character and share his or her emotions.
One or Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Swat the Doodle-Fly: Sight Words
In this lesson, students will use the 3Doodler to create fly swatters and a fly for a sight word game.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle-Snowman Glyph (Sharing Data)
Students will work in pairs to doodle a simple snowperson by reading and answering questions in a glyph format.
One 30-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
Operation Dr. Doodler
Students will work with a partner to become Doodle-Doctors by doodling and inserting the proper vowels into their patients.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodled-Story-Stone-Soup
In this lesson, students will work with a partner to doodle 4 different story-stones with nouns.
One 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle Sentence-Pals
Students will work in pairs to doodle a Sentence-Pal, which will be used as a reminder of what is needed to write a complete sentence.
Two or three 30-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle-Detectives
In this lesson, each student will take on the persona of a word-sleuth detective, solving mysteries behind robust vocabulary words.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Compound Words
In this lesson, students will work with a partner to put together words that create compound words.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
Doodle Magic Spelling
In this lesson, students will work with a partner to doodle the initial letters of their first and last names using twigs.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
K - 2nd
Alpha-Doodles
In this phonics activity, students will work in pairs to practice arranging letters to form words in the -at word family and sound them out.
Two or three 30-minute sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd
STEM: Earth’s Structure and Beyond!
In this activity, students will work with a partner to compare a cross-section of planet Earth with cross-sections of other planets.
One 45-minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
STEM: Doodle Maze
In this activity, students will work in pairs to design their own 3Doodler Marble Maze using an online interactive maze tool.
Two 30-minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
STEM: Stars and Constellations
In this activity, students will work in pairs to research what causes the apparent brightness of stars and constellations.
One 45-minutes session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
STEM: Cloud Doodlers
Students will work in small groups to research 4 different cloud types, their heights, and associated weather conditions.
Two 45-minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
ELA: 3Doodler Stop-Motion
Students will work in pairs or small groups to identify the theme of a fictional text, summarize a scene that best reflects the theme, and create a 3Doodler stop-motion animation to enact the scene.
One 45-minute session
Intermediate
6th - 8th
MATH: Fractal Trees
Students will examine the natural ecology of tree branching, while exploring mathematical ratios and quotients to help interpret data.
Two 45-minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
MATH: Doodler Dice Rollers
Students work in pairs to doodle dodecahedrons and icosahedrons to use in a math game that practices order of operations.
Two 30-40- minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
Math: Parabolic Art and Geometry
Students will work in pairs to graph Parabolic Curves over 4 quadrants of an x- and y- axis.
One or Two 50-minute sessions
Beginner
3rd - 5th
MATH: Fractal Fractions
Students will work in pairs to explore fractions and Sierpinski's Triangle.
Two 45-minute sessions
Beginner
3rd - 5th
DoodleMultiples
This activity blends math and art. Students will work in small groups to practice working with multiples of 2 and 5.
One 45-minute session
Beginner
3rd - 5th
Elemental Superheroes and Supervillains!
In this activity, students will creatively explore elements in the periodic table.
Three 40-minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
STEM: Doodled Animal Prosthetics
Students will work in pairs to design and doodle a prototype for an animal prosthesis that meets the constraints of a simulated design problem.
One-two 50-minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
STEM: Bridging the Gap
Students will work in pairs to design a bridge that can withstand the heaviest amount of weight when spanning a gap of 20 cm using a 3Doodler and no other materials.
One-two 50-minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
3Doodler Start: Learn to Doodle 3D Shapes
Students will work in pairs to learn how to use the 3Doodler Start, practicing how to weld two-dimensional doodles to create three-dimensional doodles.
One 45-60 minute session
Beginner
Fibonacci Spider Webs
Students will explore the mathematics and design of Fibonacci's golden spiral in nature and then innovate and fabricating spider webs for a new type of spider based on the Fibonacci sequence.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
3Doodled Tops (Force & Motion)
In this activity, students will work in pairs to design and construct a top with a 3Doodler.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Doodle-the-Dots (Multiplication Patterns)
Students practice multiplication by connecting-the-dots.
3Doodler City (Area and Perimeter)
Students brainstorm and design a city comprised of shapes.
Three-four 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
(Intermediate): Build a Better Bubble!
Students engineer a new design for bubble wands and study shape, surface area and pressure.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Metaphors & Similes: Redefining and Transforming Objects
Students design concrete examples of metaphors and similes.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
(Primary): Build a Better Bubble!
Students design a bubble wand as well as alter a bubble mixture.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
K - 2nd
Tessellations (Geometry)
Students use visualization, spatial reasoning and geometric modeling to solve a problem.
One 45-minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Reptile Renovators
Students match up various physical descriptors from different reptiles.
Three 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Pentomino Puzzler (Geometry)
Students create pentominoes and then assemble them to solve the 6x10 rectangle.
One-two 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Plant Adaptations (Living Things)
Students synthesize and apply what they know about plant adaptations.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
3Doodled Tops (Force & Motion)
Students design, construct, test, adjust, and retest a top.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Jumping Circles (Organizing Data and making Conjectures)
Students observe the mathematics behind 3Doodled circle jumps.
One-two 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Doodle-the-Dots (Multiplication Patterns)
Students practice multiplication by connecting-the-dots.
One - 45 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Upcycle with 3Doodler
Students upcycle products using objects collected at home and in school.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Dial up the Sun! Patterns on Earth and in Space
Students design an innovative gnomon for a functional sundial
One 45 minute session, which must be followed up over 6 consecutive hours. *Conduct this activity on a sunny day!
Beginner
3rd - 5th
3Doodler City (Area and Perimeter)
Students brainstorm and design a city comprised of shapes.
Three-four 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
(Intermediate): Build a Better Bubble!
Students engineer a new design for bubble wands and study shape, surface area and pressure.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Simple Machine Design Challenge (Forces and Motion)
Students brainstorm, design and create models of simple machines.
One 45 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
(Primary): Build a Better Bubble!
Students design a bubble wand as well as alter a bubble mixture.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
K - 2nd
Reptile Renovators
Students match up various physical descriptors from different reptiles.
Three 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Plant Adaptations (Living Things)
Students synthesize and apply what they know about plant adaptations.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Developing a Character
Students will craft a story character through a process of answering interview questions, designing a character emoji and writing a short POV narrative based on inferences.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Line Talkers (Alliteration)
Students will create continuous line drawings in the style of Picasso with the 3Doodler.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Touch Text (Vocabulary)
Students will use 3Doodler pens to create a tactile system for identifying vocabulary words and their meanings through touch.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Masquerade Party (Theme & Symbolism)
In this lesson, students will work in small groups to analyze the theme of a guided or shared reading book.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Puppets and Props (Story Retelling)
Students will work together to enact a scene from a read aloud, shared or guided reading book with the class, using 3Doodled finger puppets.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
A Field Guide to Fantastic Beasts – and where to find them (Research/Creative Writing)
Students will work in small groups to design a fantastic beast and its egg using a 3Doodler.
Three 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
3Doodler Alive! (Personification)
Students will explore personification, creating concrete examples of personification with everyday classroom objects.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Metaphors & Similes: Redefining and Transforming Objects
Students will work in small groups to design concrete examples of metaphors and similes that incorporate everyday objects and a 3Doodler to embellish.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Tessellations (Geometry)
Students use visualization, spatial reasoning and geometric modeling to solve a problem.
One 45-minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Pentomino Puzzler (Geometry)
Students will work in pairs to create a set of 3Doodled pentominoes and then assemble them to solve the 6x10 rectangle.
One-two 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Jumping Circles (Organizing Data and making Conjectures)
Students will work in pairs to observe the mathematics behind 3Doodled circle jumps, develop their own questions, organize their data, and extrapolate conjectures based on data.
One-two 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Doodle-the-Dots (Multiplication Patterns)
In this activity, students will work independently to practice multiplication by connecting-the-dots with a 3Doodler.
One - 45 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
3Doodler City (Area and Perimeter)
In this activity, students will work in small groups to brainstorm and design a city comprised of shapes.
Three-four 45 minute sessions
Intermediate
6th - 8th
(Intermediate): Build a Better Bubble!
In this experiment, students will engineer a new design for  3 unique bubble wands, as well as alter the bubble mixture in order to determine how shape, surface area and pressure relate to the science of bubbles.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
(Primary): Build a Better Bubble!
Students will design a bubble wand as well as alter a bubble mixture to determine how shape relates to the science of bubble-making.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
K - 2nd
Reptile Renovators
Students match up various physical descriptors from different reptiles.
Three 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Plant Adaptations (Living Things)
Students synthesize and apply what they know about plant adaptations.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Upcycle with 3Doodler
Students will work together to design and create upcycled products using objects collected at home and in school.
Two 45-60 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Dial up the Sun! Patterns on Earth and in Space
In this activity, students will work in pairs to design an innovative gnomon for a functional sundial.
One 45 minute session, which must be followed up over 6 consecutive hours. *Conduct this activity on a sunny day!
Beginner
3rd - 5th
Simple Machine Design Challenge (Forces and Motion)
Students brainstorm, design and create models of simple machines.
One 45 minute session
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
Fossils: Doodling and Diggin’ the Earth
Design and 3Doodle a cast and mold for a set of trace fossils of a dinosaur's bones.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Advanced
3rd - 5th
Idioms: You’re an Idiom
Students will use research skills to write about the origin and meaning of an idiom and create a humorous visual representation of it with a 3Doodler.
Two 45-60 minute sessions
Intermediate
3rd - 5th
GeoMetric Collage Maker
Students create a collage, resulting in crayon rubbings used to calculate area and perimeter.
Two 45-60min sessions
Beginner
K - 2nd