NASA-inspired 3D Printing, Sculpting, & Rocket Engineering for 3rd-5th

Exploring the Cosmos: NASA-inspired 3D Printing, Lunar Sculpting, and Rocket Engineering Adventures

We are embarking on a journey through the cosmos! Investigate the elements of the moon by conducting experiments and discover what would be needed to survive in a lunar habitat. Engineer structures that resemble the lunar module used to house astronauts briefly on the moon. Expand on that design by sketching creative concepts for lunar habitats and turning them into three-dimensional models using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software. Unleash your creativity with lunar sculpting and bring the moon’s surface to life. Build a miniature model of the moon by blending clay sculpting of the moon’s surface with a 3D print of your design. Get ready to dive into the world of 3D printing. This event is a must-attend for all space enthusiasts and aspiring engineers. Get ready to blast off into an unforgettable adventure!

Program Details:

  • Class Time: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. with a break for snack
  • Class Dates: Monday (7/8/2024) through Friday (7/12/2024)
  • Location: Gale Ranch Middle School
  • Grades: Incoming 3rd – 5th grade students
  • Instructor: Erin Lopez, Live Oak ES 5th Grade Teacher
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Jul 08 - 12 2024

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