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Animating Paper Dolls
May 11th, 2016

Choreo Graph is a great way to take traditional toys and activities (like paper dolls) and bring them…

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Anatomy Mashup
May 9th, 2016

Mashup photos with anatomy diagrams. Here’s an example with a hand. What sorts of diagrams might work better…

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Can you make 3D shapes where every side has the same surface area?
May 5th, 2016

Here’s a nice, open-ended prompt to get you playing with Volumize and thinking about shapes: Can you make…

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What is the right scale?
May 5th, 2016

I passed this mobile cheese truck on my street, and couldn’t help but notice the logo. At first…

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Mashups with the same image
May 3rd, 2016

Often in Fraction Mash, you’re taking two or more different images and blending them together in creative ways….

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Abstract Bart
April 25th, 2016

How far away from actual Bart can you get with a new 3D model while maintaining the Bart-ness…

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Change in the garden
April 17th, 2016

I’m wondering it this would be a good tool to plot plant growth over the season in our…

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Expanding the Scope of Playground Physics, Part 2
March 13th, 2016

After learning about the concepts of force & motion with the Playground Physics app & curricula, I continue…

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Using a prop to determine the size (caliper function) element of Playground Physics
March 13th, 2016

When a video is captured for the Playground Physics app, to assist with the accuracy of data collection,…

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Grouping Students with Playground Physics
March 13th, 2016

When considering group size for the Playground Physics app, I recommend a minimum of three students to a maximum…

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