Stamas – Stem: 3D Sketching – 3/24

Teacher: Stamas (estamas@hps.holyoke.ma.us)

Assignment:

Assignment for Day 2:

Today, we’ll have fun practicing our STEM skills by creating a grid to sketch in 3 dimensions!

Make sure you have completed the Day 1 assignment first. If you are behind, don’t worry–we got this!

Vocabulary:

An equilateral triangle is a triangle for which all three sides have the same length.

Materials Needed:

Paper with drawn parallel lines from Day 1, Pencil, Ruler, Protractor (optional)

Activity:

  1. View the pictures in “Associated Files” below.
  2. Turn your  ruler 60 degrees. Repeat the procedure from Day 1 to create a second series of parallel lines that intersect at 60 degree angles with the set of lines you drew on Day 1.
  3. Continue this process to create the cross-hatched pattern shown in the pictures. Always use a ruler when making lines.

Day 3 of this lesson will be posted tomorrow. If you are behind, don’t worry. You can do multiple days at a time, but please do them in order (Day 1, then Day 2, then Day 3, etc.)

These lessons are online/home modifications of Project Lead the Way.

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Files for this Assignment:

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