For this challenge, you will build a paper polyhedra!
What are polyhedrons?
A polyhedra (plural = polyhedrons) is a 3-dimensional figure that is formed by 2 -dimensional polygons that enclose a region in space. If one side is not a polygon, then that object is not a polyhedra. Examples of non-polyhedrons are cones, spheres and cylinders. Each of those has a side that is not a polygon.
THINK ABOUT – How can 2D shapes fit together to make 3D objects?
YOU WILL EXPLORE:
- Shapes (Polygons)
- 2D vs. 3D Objects
YOU WILL CREATE:
- A polyhedra – use whatever design, material, etc.
- A short video or images (Max. 1:30 minutes) that explains what you made.
REMINDER – YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BUILD THE ONE SEEN IN THE VIDEO. SEE MORE OPTIONS BELOW.
A polyhedron is a 3-dimensional figure that is formed by polygons that enclose a region in space. Each polygon in a polyhedron is a face. The line segment where two faces intersect is an edge. The point of intersection of two edges is a vertex.
Examples of polyhedrons include a cube, prism, or pyramid. Cones, spheres, and cylinders are not polyhedrons because they have surfaces that are not polygons. The following are more examples of polyhedrons:
HOW TO ENTER
- Share a video or picture fo your polyhedra (Max 01:30)
- Post the video on social media (Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.) Tag Flux.
- Twitter @Fluxspace.io
- Instagram @Fluxspace_io
- Facebook (search for page Flux.)
- Include the correct hashtag #Flux2STEAM3
- See a great example from last season to the right.
Come up with your own design or find a plan/instructions online.
Build your polyhedra! What material could you use to make it more creative?
To be eligible for the prizes listed below you need to share your idea. Take pictures or film a short (Max 1:30 min video) showing off your polyhedra and what you used to make it. Use #Flux2STEAM3 and tag @Fluxspace.io (Flux. on Facebook)
For questions, comments or concerns please email Ryne@fluxspace.io
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