Friday, May 9  Folding & Polyhedra  Learning Objective: You will be able to create a net.
 Essential Question: Is there a more efficient workflow when setting out to create a 3D object from a 2D net?
 Classwork: Create an Icosahedron net, part 1.
Thursday, May 8  Folding & Polyhedra  Learning Objective: You will be able to construct an icosahedron.
 Essential Question: Where do we see the golden ratio within the icosahedron?
 Classwork: Construct the icosahedron.
Wednesday, May 7  Folding & Polyhedra  Learning Objective: You will be able to create a golden rectangle.
 Essential Question: How does the golden rectangle connect with the platonic solids?
 Classwork: Fibonacci sequence activity
Tuesday, May 6  Folding & Polyhedra  Learning Objective: You will be able to create a golden rectangle in SketchUp.
 Essential Question: How does the golden rectangle connect with the Platonic Solids?
 Classwork/Homework: Complete and Submit Rotation Race.
Monday, May 5  Folding & Polyhedra  Learning Objective: You will be able to rotate faces, edges, components and groups in SketchUp.
 Essential Question: What is the importance of the rotate tool when designing by folding and unfolding.
 ClassworkHomework: Moving Day rotation race  complete and submit by the end of the period.
 Homework: Research Platonic Solids and answer the question, "How many regular polyhedrons (ex. Platonic Solids) are there?" This homework is completed by filling out the Google Form that will be sent to your email. To open the form you need to click on the link in the email.
