Language Arts students can easily express their knowledge of a story's theme, setting, characters, and more through the use of 3D printing. I have attached a lesson on how to use Tinkercad.com and 3D printing to connect language arts to science and math. I hope you try to incorporate this into your classroom.
Have students research a theme, plot, imagery, setting, or character and have them design a 3D model that thoroughly explains or shows their knowledge of the theme, plot, imagery, setting, or character
Students can include poems, written facts, or words on their 3D model
The teacher can have students recreate the entire setting of a particular scence or story that the class learned about. Each student can be responsible for creating a particular model, which put together will make the scene in the story.
Hunger Games was used as my example:
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