Students will research and study the Platonic solids, then pick 3 platonic solids to construct a snowman with the 3Doodler Create+ pen. Student groups will give a presentation on the solids they chose and share their snowman creations.
Students will work in pairs to create 2 different bubble wands for frozen bubbles. They will hypothesize the outcome of their bubbles and measure the diameters. They will make observations regarding the general shape of their frozen bubbles.
Learners will plan and create a two dimensional bubble wand using this sheet. They will test their wand to see the shape, size and number of the bubbles that come out. They will then create a three dimensional shaped bubble wand and see if that changes the bubble sizes and quantities.
Learners will plan and create a meaningful symbol to represent the Wisconsin-native First Nation group that they researched. They will showcase this symbol as part of their presentation and gallery walk.
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Who doesn’t love to create DIY wearables? Now you can create your own special unicorn alicorn with this template, and then attach it to a plastic headband of your choosing for the final look! What will your unicorn horn look like? Check out this tutorial to see how we created ours– and don’t forget to share your project on social media and tag us: @3Doodler #3Doodler #WhatWillYouCreate
Decorate your planters with 3D Doodles using these spring stencils.
Here are three template stencils to our favorite RBG collars that you can print out and Doodle to create your very own jabot.If you get stuck at any point, head on over to our tutorial that walks you through Doodling one of these 3 collars.
We want to see what your collar look like! Don’t forget to share your own RBG-inspired designs with us on social media: @3Doodler #3Doodler #WhatWillYouCreate
No matter your age or stage in life, everyone has a memory associated with Dr. Seuss. Start by downloading this Free Stencil. Then pick up your 3Doodler Start pen and start Doodling! Embrace your inner child as you create three-dimensional hairstyles for Thing One and Thing Two!