STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK

STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
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STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
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STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
STEAM/STEM Cardboard Face Sculptures + VIDEO DOWNLOAD + LINK
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NEW NOVEMBER 2018! I created videos this year to accompany this lesson and what a HUGE difference! The videos are edited so that students (or teachers using for clarification) can see the steps very quickly and maximize time. The videos also cover a range of ideas, techniques, etc. There is ONE video for the planning portion (we do the planning during our first session) and ONE video for the construction (we start these steps during the second session). I Start collecting your cardboard scraps because you won't want to miss this fabulously fun and engaging STEAM / STEM project! Our 4th grade students did amazingly well on these animal face sculptures and they loved this project every step of the way. Although I wouldn't go much younger than 4th or advanced 3rd grader students, older students would also benefit greatly from this project as this is an open-ended project which challenges and engages a range of ages and ability levels. We finished this project just in time to get a display out for our school's AdvancED STEM visitors as our school went for our second STEM certification. I was delighted that this project with respective display brought some of the panel into the art classroom to talk about STEAM! Often the art classroom is overlooked for STEM certification consideration, but this project acted as our 'hook' for some wonderfully curious panel members. On a side note, we got the additional certification and art was specifically mentioned in the final debriefing... woo hoo! This project focuses primarily on art + engineering + math (in measurements and scale).

Needed materials include:

Paper + Pencils

Detailed Image of Animal Faces (and/or mirrors for human faces!)

Cardboard scraps (lots of it!)

Cardboard squares (8x8 inch or similar size)

Rulers (students can share)

Toilet Paper Rolls

Paper Towel Rolls (optional)

Elmer's Glue-All (or similar strong glue)

Old lids or flat plate for Glue-All (optional for dipping/spreading)

Popsicle Sticks (optional for spreading Glue-All)

Awl or nail (optional for holes, texture, etc)

Liquid Tempera, Craft or Acrylic Paint + Brushes (optional)

Post-it notes (at least 3 per student, for group critique)

Included in your purchase:

VIDEO (downloadable in zip AND unlisted Youtube links)

-Material List (posted above, too)

-Detailed Instructions

-EQ (Essential Question)

-Sample Standards (substitute your own; this project hits a multitude of standards!)

-Simple Modification Explanation / Ideas

-Images (lots of them!)

-Self Critique / Rubric + Discussion Question Sheet for Students

Total Pages
17 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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