This morning I just wanted to share a quick 3D printing idea. This is something can can be used without much prep and in a number of different variations. Here it is... Have students design and print a 3D nameplate. It's a quick activity to design and can be completed in 40 minutes using TinkerCad. … Continue reading 3D Print Project: Nameplate
It can seem intimidating. But how can a teacher easily get started teaching 3D design? There are many ways to begin, but I like to stick with something simple. Here's a brief first activity that I used with students in grades 3-7. Design a house using TinkerCad Show students how to log into TinkerCad and … Continue reading Get Started with an Easy 3D Printing/Design Activity
Did you know that you can 3d print your own custom cookie cutter? It's outrageously easy, and a fun activity for students of all ages. Cookie Caster is a FREE website that allows anyone to design and download a file for 3d printing. You can choose to start with your own image and trace over … Continue reading 3D Print a Custom Cutter!
The best way to predict your future is to create it. -Abraham Lincoln. Now I know that Abraham Lincoln probably wasn't thinking about 3D printing when he said this, but I believe it still applies today. With 3D printing as accessible as it is right now, creating should be built into everything that we do, and into … Continue reading 4 Quick Math/Science Projects to Get You Started with 3D printing!