Reflection: Joy 3-D Models from 2-D Views - Section 2: Building the Models


Both classes really enjoyed this lesson.  I'm glad I had time to teach this lesson, because this kind of work often gets overlooked for "more important" topics.  I think it is worth noting that while this is not a major topic for 7th grade common core, it did generate major joy.  The students especially enjoyed creating their own designs and challenging other groups to find the solution.  

  Lots of Fun
  Joy: Lots of Fun
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3-D Models from 2-D Views

Unit 6: Geometry
Lesson 29 of 37

Objective: SWBAT construct 3D models using cubes when given a 2D front, side, and top view of the shape (and vice versa)

Big Idea: Working with unifix cubes is like playing with LEGOs!

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