Teachers always have days when the network is down or the lab is closed due to upgrades or testing. That’s when you need to pull something analog out of your digital magician’s hat to survive. (Yes, every great teacher is also a miracle-working magician!)
Here’s a 3D idea for a quick, motivating, and hands-on replacement activity for those moments when your network or computers go south. Drawing in 3D seems to be an activity that works somewhat like anamorphic 3D, so it’s interesting on several levels.