Scale drawing math project

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Scale drawing math project

  1. 1. Your Task: Create a drawing of a two bedroom house. Your house must include a kitchen, living room, bathroom, and two bedrooms. Any additional rooms are optional. You must include the measurements of the room on the drawing – MEASUREMENTS MUST BE EXACT! You must also include the measurement that they are in real life if you were to build the house – they must be to scale!!! You must fill out the chart and hand it in by the due date listed below You must then create a 3-D model of the house. The house is not to be as small as the drawing, but must not be as big as the actual house. Using scale factor, you must create a model that is a little larger than the drawing. In each room you must have the following furniture: o Kitchen – table and two chairs o Living room – couch, chair, TV o Bathroom – toilet, bathtub, sink o Bedrooms – bed, dresser Any additional items – windows, doors, etc will be considered extra credit All pieces must be created to scale. You must include all of the math to show how you created the size model that you created. You must also fill out the enclosed chart for the different figures that you used. Using your creativity, put all of these figures into a creative “masterpiece”The Timeline of Due Dates: February1, 2013The drawing of the house February 28, 2013The chart of the math that shows the scale between the drawing and the actual model. February 28, 2013 The 3-D modelSee the rubric on the other side of this paper to see what is expected and what you will be graded on. Thisproject will count as two test grades!!! Do NOT wait until the last minute to start this project!-- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - --- - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - -- -- - - Scale Drawing Math ProjectMy child and I understand that there is a math project that is due on Thursday, February 28, 2013. THISPROJECT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF TURNED IN LATE. This project is not optional. It counts as TWO testgrades.Student Signature: ___________________________ Date: _____________Parent Signature: _______________ ___________ Date: _____________Please return the bottom portion to Ms. Wesdyk by Thursday,January 17, 2013
  2. 2. Requirement Possible Points Completed drawing, included all measurements, requirements, and /10 completed it by due date Completed chart /20 Neatness /15 Creativity /15 Included all necessary items /20 Able to explain the project and how they /15 went from the drawing to the pictureParent slip turned in on or before January 17 /5 Extra Points for Extra items
  3. 3. Room Dimensions of Room Dimensions of Room Dimensions of Room in Drawing in Model if builtKitchenKitchen TableKitchen ChairsLiving RoomCouchChairTVBathroomBathtubToiletSink
  4. 4. Bedroom #1BedDresserBedroom #2BedDresserPlease attach the work necessary that was needed to complete this chart. You will not get points for the chart being complete if you do not show the work!

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