The second grade will be learning the differences between 2-D and 3-D. 2-D (2 dimensional) is flat and can only be measured two ways (height, width). 3-D (3 dimensional) is not flat and can be measure three ways (height, width, depth). Students will use 2-D papers to create a 3-D sculpture of a play park. We’ll use many types of lines to create different types of playground equipment. There’s a lot of exploration and experimentation in this project! What would people would want to have in a fun and safe play park?
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