A Walk In The Rain With A Brain – Activity #6: "3-D Brains"
Activity #6: “3-D Brains”
This is a creative activity using plasticine to create a 3-D brain.
- Blue or purple plasticine – fist-sized portion per student
- Yellow plasticine – small amount per student
- Black plasticine – small amount per student
- Straight pins
- File folder labels
Step by Step:
Step One: Remind the students what their brain looks like by displaying pictures or photos of the shape of the brain.
Step Two: Have students take chunks of their fist-sized portion blue/purple plasticine and roll it into a number of long, skinny ‘worms’ of various lengths (no thicker than a ¼”).
Step Three: Students then gather their plasticine ‘worms’ and form into a loose ball, bringing it all together to form a brain shape.
Step Four: Students add yellow plasticine to make two large eyes.
Step Five: Students add a tiny ball of black plasticine to make two pupils inside the yellow eyes.
Step Six: Students write on a label: “My brain likes to …. “ (E.g.: play hockey, do math, sing, etc.)
Step Seven: Students attach the label to the plasticine brain with a pin.
Purple/blue 3-D brain similar to the brain in the story.
I just did this with a Grade 3/4 class and they LOVED it! I cut the 3×6 blocks of grey plasticine into 4 sections rather than a fist size. I used googlie eyes on the yellow plasticine rather than black and white plasticine. They each named their brain. So much fun!!
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