Includes inventions such as 3-D printers, abacus, bicycle, compass, battery, first computers, flushing toilet, light bulb, microscope, inventions in the home, steam engine, telephone, telescope, television, wheel, and writing.
This lesson explores the algorithms used to divide a standard piece into any number of fractions and line them up side by side to recreate the whole.
Students use Tinkercad to design and create original coins, medallions, or other decorative items that depict the important features of a person, place, thing, or concept.
In this activity, students design and build electric toy Rovers that run on monorail tracks.
In this lesson, students will learn about fractions by creating cookie cutters in Tinkercad, 3D printing them, then using the cutters with Play-Doh or modeling clay to create and compare different fractional amounts.
In this activity, students use Tinkercad to design their own rulers with custom units and features.