As students are reviewing odd and even numbers, students first sketch out a bug that has odd or even features. Students then use Tinkercad to turn their sketch into a 3D design to be printed.
Student will be able to use integration and differentiation to determine the volume of a solid.
Students will select and research a cloud type, draw their cloud and create an svg file of their drawing for 3D printing, and create a narrative as if they are that type of cloud. Student products can be used to create a classroom Cloud Center designed for independent student use. This task is intended to engage students in developing and demonstrating their knowledge of cloud types. This resource does not completely cover 5.E.1.2.Clouds with Attitudes Author - RHONDA BURGESSCloud Types and Display Stands Author - devansic
Acting as if they are biomedical engineers, students design and print 3D prototypes of pressure sensors that measure the pressure of the eyes of people diagnosed with glaucoma. After completing the tasks within the associated lesson, students conduct research on pressure gauges, apply their understanding of radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology and its components, iterate their designs to make improvements, and use 3D software to design and print 3D prototypes. After successful 3D printing, teams present their models to their peers. If a 3D printer is not available, use alternate fabrication materials such as modeling clay, or end the activity once the designs are complete.