Polar 3D Printer: Build Your Math

Polar 3D: Build Your Math Polar 3D (polar3d.com) generously supported the “Teaching Math with Google Apps” workshop at Google in New York City (thank you!). I have a Polar 3D printer and it is a great printer to get started with. I like how quick and easy it is to...

From “Fill This Out” to “I Made This”

Think About a 3D Printer For a few years the Horizon report has predicted that 3D printers are up and coming for the classroom. Should every teacher have a 3D printer? There is no magic bullet tool that will engage your students so it depends on what you want your...

Support Literacy with 3D Printed Bookmarks

I know my kids love getting bookmarks. My 5 year old flipped over the 3D printed heart bookmarks that @mkrclub posted. She brought them for all her classmates for Valentines Day. Mkrclub has been on a roll designing new bookmarks. Mkrclub.com posted the files for St....

Check Out www.mkrclub.com – Start 3D Printing

As many of you know I have been melting plastic up a storm with my Polar 3D printer. I am excited to see how many schools and classrooms are starting to get 3D printers for their classes. Having students design, create, invent and model Again this year, the Horizon...

3D Printer: My Kindergartener Made This

If you do not know what a 3D printer is, simply it melts plastic to create 3D models of things. I just got a Polar 3D printer. It was super easy to set up and because, unlike other 3D printers, the slicing software is part of the printer I can go from drawing...

3D Printer: My First Failure (For The Win)

  I am now the proud owner of a 3D printer in my nerd cave at my house. (I have one in my classroom too!) I have a Polar 3D printer (polar3D.com). Advantages to this printer are: you can print wirelessly it has the slicer software in the printer so you can...
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