Welcome to Our Homeschool Architecture Curriculum: Hands-On Architecture
What do marshmallows, string, paper clips, and cheese spread have to do with architecture? These are just a few of the materials used in Hands-On Architecture to teach third through seventh graders about structures. Following step-by-step instructions and photo examples, students learn about points, lines, planes, shapes, and more, as they experiment using everyday objects. They will even design a house and a zoo!
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