Welcome to the building of Geometrocity! Click the link to see the aim of the final outcome from a Seesaw post I did previously: https://app.seesaw.me/#/item/item.ac8318cf-4665-4cc3-9af0-404fcf9d32b3/share/sSobJOy3REazB5wjKejMug Photos have also been added to the example for this activity with some clear images of what can be achieved! This project will develop STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills through project-based learning. This project should be done individually, but children working in a class can plan together so their maps link together better. Use the following brilliantly designed Prezi presentation by Erin Brasington https://prezi.com/x1tljig6st0u/geometrocity/?webgl=0 PHASE ONE: Permits Hit There are four tasks for you to pass before you can go on to designing your city. Complete these four tasks on the template provided using labels and drawing tools. They have been modified form the Prezi - both could be completed if you wish! The tasks are all on one page - you can zoom in on the page using the zoom tool in the top left and corner. The tasks are as follows: Task 1 - Identify 6 Geometric (2D) shapes from the drawing of the house (10 Geometric terms on the Prezi) Task 2 - Identify properties of 2D shapes in the list on the template (there are more on the Prezi). The square has been done as an example. Task 3 - Label the 3D shapes using Task 4 - Draw the aerial view of the building in the photo (it's my school!) Use shapes and lines to create the building. If you find this tough, just do part of the building. Remember to voice record how you found the task - what you found easy, what you found tricky Good luck!