Saturday, November 28, 2015

December 3D Printing Challenge-Holiday Cookie Cutters!


During this Thanksgiving week, I am so incredibly grateful to my Personal Learning Network of teacher librarians and other educators. I've also been so grateful to have some time with my family, AND to catch up a bit on planning for my school library! Here is a plan I just drafted for a "December Challenge" to encourage my students and teachers alike to get going with designing for our 3D printers. I'll be sharing it with my staff and students on Tuesday. In the meantime, please share any thoughts or suggestions to help me tweak it. And, as I borrowed it from the great 3drpintingforbeginners.com blog, feel free to borrow this December challenge idea from me.

Once I get my "sample" cookie cutters printed, I'm planning to try putting out some play dough to let students see the cookie cutters in action. I don't have an oven in the library, but perhaps I can also bake some real cookies to bring in before the break.

If this embed of my Google Doc doesn't display well, you can view it at this link.

2 comments:

  1. Great! I also want to try it too.

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  2. thanks for sharing the document, really helpful.

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