From Kindergarten to High School, this is usable in classrooms! Whether it be for cutting out play dough, tracing geometrical figures or even making sugar cookies in FACS, this Universal Cut Out can be utilized in classrooms around the world!
Print upside down for best results.
I just sketched my shape and used the "Offset Entities" function. I extruded that sketch. Next. I made another sketch on the same original plane and offset the previous sketch. Lastly, I extruded it in the opposite direction.
Project: Universal Shape Cut Out - Circle
- To add fun to baking in a FACS class
- To help trace exact geometrical figures in math
- To cut out play dough or clay in exact shapes during an art class
- Middle School - High School (FACS)
- 2nd - 4th Grade (Math)
- Preschool - 5th Grade (Art)
- Make sugar cookie dough beforehand. (Cookie Cutter)
- Get out a flat, clean sheet of paper. (Tracing Shapes)
- Lay out your clay / play dough in a flat shape. (Modeling Shapes)
- Flatten out cookie dough using a rolling pin. Once you have reached the desired thickness, press the cutter into the dough to cut out the desired shape. (Cookie Cutter)
- Lay your shape flat onto your paper. Use your pencil to make a smooth outline of the entire figure. When done, remove your shape from the paper. (Tracing Shapes)
- Punch the shape through the modeling material. (Modeling Shapes)
- A cut out shape of dough ready to be baked. (Cookie Cutter)
- A clean, perfect traced geometrical figure. (Tracing Shapes)
- A perfect shape of clay / play dough. (Modeling Shapes)