Magic Eyes


Our glasses are designed to convert images that are 2-dimensional into 3-dimensional images.

Learning Goals

Students will be able to convert 2-D shapes to 3-D shapes.

Students will apply the area, surface area and volumes formulas.

Depth of Knowledge


Are learners engaged to think critically and solve complex problems? Reason abstractly? Work collaboratively? Learn how to learn? Communicate effectively? Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others? Apply discrete knowledge and skills to real-world situations? Construct, use, or analyze models?


SEC Standards

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Student Levels & Needs

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Teacher Preparation

Prepare specific 3-D student worksheets.

Materials Needed

3-D glasses (magic eyes) and a machine for printing specified 3-D worksheets.

Time Needed

Preparation: 10 hours

Lesson: 3 classes

Evaluation/ Assessments: 2 classes

Project Lessons & Activities

For students to complete

Practice Exercises & Worksheets

Interactive Media & Technology


Magic Eyes
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a prototype of the magic eyes


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Rubrics and questions for students to demonstrate proficiency

Student Work

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Student Data

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Additional Resources

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