This is a good basic project to have the students build a 3-D model of the skin.
The project encourages students to build a 3-D Skin model to build, and describe the functions of various skin components.
The assignment is out of 30 marks and a sample is attached on the second page.
Directions: You and a partner (or 2) will be creating a 3-D model of skin structure representing healthy skin. You will need to include all the structures listed below, as well as a list of the functions of each structure. Have fun and be creative!
Possible Materials: Think of recycled materials from home that could creatively model these structures.
Examples: cardboard, Styrofoam, egg cartons, pipe cleaners, straws, wire, fabric, glue, paint, markers, construction paper, etc.
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