Ever thought to yourself, "Self...I wish I had a cool resource to use to get my kids engaged and reinforce some of their learning?"
If you answered "yes", then SketchUp for Schools might be something you can use.
"What is this program you speak of?" you ask.
It's a web based version of SketchUp, a 3D modeling program that is used in the professional world by artist, graphics designers, architects, etc. The desktop version obviously has WAY more bells and whistles than the online version, but the online version is 100% free for all to use. It even integrates with your Google accounts, so saving files and sharing files for collaboration is a piece of cake.
Here is a presentation that I did in 2018 at the TCEA Convention in Austin, TX on Using SketchUp in the Elementary Grades.
And here is the link to SketchUp for Schools.
If you happen to have a 3D printer at your disposal - then you have everything you need to create and print 3D models.
Please check out the presentation for academic connections and a huge list of resources.