Design a Scene in TinkerCad! REACH Entry

Introduction: Design a Scene in TinkerCad! REACH Entry

Welcome! This instructable walks students through the steps to create a scene design in TinkerCad. This challenge is for students of all ages with or without prior TinkerCad experience!

Supplies

- Computer with access to TinkerCad

- Scratch paper and pencil for planning

- Colored pencils / crayons for detailing your design plan

Step 1: Student Design Sample 1

Soloman's Temple Scene Design

By: Blaine, 8th grade student at REACH Cyber Charter School

Blaine utilized the following tools in his design: preset shapes, color changing tool, resizing tool, grouping tool, and copying and pasting design elements. Blaine said the most challenging part of designing the temple was creating the yellow horns that line the temple because it took a long time to get them perfectly placed.

Step 2: Student Design Sample 2

Glacier National Park Scene Design

By: Caroline, a 9th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Caroline utilized the scribble tool a lot in her design, freehand drawing her trees, mountains, and the layers of her sunset in the background. Caroline designed her cabin as its own design so she could add fine details. She then copied and pasted the cabin into her scene design and resized it to make it smaller.

Step 3: Student Design Sample 3

First Man on the Moon Scene Design

By: Cecilia, 9th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Cecilia utilized the following in her design: preset shapes, scribble tool, color changing tool, grouping tool, and the resizing tool. Cecilia is most proud of the astronaut. She said it took a lot of correcting and adjusting to get it perfect.

Step 4: Student Design Sample 4

Robot Bunny Scene Design

By: Harriette, 7th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Harriette utilized the following in her design:color changing tool, resizing tool, text tool, and preset shapes. Harriette incorporated a quote that her mom tells her to remind her to be her unique self, "Who said I can't be me?"

Step 5: Student Design Sample 5

Go Kart Race Scene Design

By Leif, 7th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Leif utilized the following tools in his design: preset shapes, scribble tool, color changing tool, resizing tool, and copying and pasting design elements. Leif is most proud of the go carts themselves because he put a lot of time into getting the little details right so they look realistic.

Step 6: Student Design Sample 6

Jurassic Park Welcome Center Scene Design

By: Leandro, 7th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Leandro utilized the following in his design: scribble tool, color changing tool, preset shapes, resizing tool. Leandro freehand drew the T-Rex at the front of the visitor's center.

Step 7: Student Design Sample 7

Trick or Treating on Halloween Scene Design

By: Katherine, 6th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Katherine utilized the following tools: preset shapes, scribble tool, color changing tool, and resizing tool. Katherine is most proud of her stick-figure trick or treater at the front of her design. She used the scribble tool to freehand draw her ghosts.

Step 8: Student Design Sample 8

Ariel's Castle Scene Design

By: Nyjyah, 7th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Nyjyah utilized the following tools: copy/pasting, scribble tool, text tool, preset shapes, resizing and color changing tools. Nyjyah is proud of the texture that her freehand-drawn clouds added to her scene.

Step 9: Student Design Sample 9

D-Day Memorial Scene Design

By: William, 5th Grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

William utilized the following in his design: preset shapes, scribble tool, copy/pasting tool, color changing tool, and the resizing tool. William has visited the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford Virginia and decided to recreate it in TinkerCad for his scene challenge.

Step 10: Student Design Sample 10

My Neighbor Totoro Tree Scene Design

By: Korbin, 7th grader at REACH Cyber Charter School

Korbin utilized the following in his design: Preset shapes, color changing tool, copying/pasting elements, grouping, and resizing tools. Korbin says the most difficult part was adding all of the layered spheres to his giant tree in the middle of his design.

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