Before and After

Sixth graders are asked to identify something, A, that changes into something else, B. They are asked to make a model of B (preferably three-dimensional), and make a presentation including information about the causes and mechanisms of this change. This can be in a biological context, an art context, or a technological context. Origami is used as an illustrative analog of morphogenesis

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