3D printing is changing the way students learn.
XYZprinting wants to be at the forefront of this change. This year, we are investing US $1 million into our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) 3D Education Program. A 3D printing program that aims to equip K-12 schools across the contiguous U.S. with more than 300 3D printers, and ready-to-teach 3D printing curriculum.
We are accepting applications from schools who want to revolutionize their classrooms with 3D printing. This program has 3 categories of grade levels and schools are encouraged to apply for the category that best suits their needs.
|Grade Level||Number of Schools|
|Middle school G6-8||100|
|High school G9-12||120|
As more 3D printers make their way into classrooms, we recognized the need for easy and seamless integration of 3D printing into the K-12 curriculum. With our 3D printing curriculum, we’ve designed 40 unique lesson plans that cover different subject areas in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics), across 3 groups of grade levels (K-5, Middle school G6-8, and High school G9-12).
3D Design Principles
Based on Next Generation
Science Standards (NGSS)
Our STEAM 3D printing curriculum was developed for educators to bring concepts and theories to life. 3D print molecular structures, functional designs, or the entire solar system in the classroom! Transform traditional STEAM lessons into fun and meaningful 3D printing sessions.
Introduce students to the world of gears. Students will work together to plan, design, and 3D print a miniature racing car that uses gears.
Middle school G6-8
Bring cell theory lessons to life. Help students visualize and identify organelles in plants and animal cells by 3D printing them in class.
High school G9-12
Students will learn about bridge systems and engineering concepts before using our CAD 3D modeling software to design and 3D print their own bridge!
If you have any question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be reviewed and preference will be given to schools who demonstrate the following in their application
Schools will receive a redemption code to activate the free one-year online subscription for the STEAM 3D printing curriculum. Further instructions on how to redeem the free 3D printer will be given.
Don't miss the deadline
Schools who are selected for the STEAM 3D Education Program will be notified via email within 30 days of their application.