This one lights up!

This one moves up and down!

This one is almost entirely edible!

This year in my Advanced Geometry class, we did a project on solids. The students had to create a 3D figure using at least one of each of the solids we discussed in class (Sphere, Cone, Cylinder, Prism, Pyramid). The projects were to be completed at home. On the due date, the students brought their projects to class and found the surface area and volume of their figure. Here are the projects. I thought the students did a fantastic job and I think I will continue to do this project! Very proud of the kids! (I told them they could add things like animals and the tractor for fun.) Here is the handout I gave to the kids. A BIG THANK YOU to my friend Erin for the project!

This one lights up!

This one moves up and down!

This one is almost entirely edible!

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Those are so cool. Fun project :)

ReplyDeleteThe first one has lights. So funny.

ReplyDeleteWow wow wow! I don't think I could make something that cool all by myself. They did awesome. How did the math part go?

ReplyDeleteI had very few questions. I haven't had a chance to look at their work, though.

ReplyDeleteThose are great! My kids projects are due next Wednesday!

ReplyDeleteThis is a great project! Thank you for the inspiration. I modified it a bit and did it with my 7th graders. They had a blast. I was so impressed by their work!

ReplyDeleteThank you! I am doing this with my HS Geo students.

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