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Creating 3-D shapes is a fun craft rricks children of all ages. It helps younger children look at shapes in a unique way and understand how all aspects of the shape fit together. For older children, it can be the first step toward making a creative piece of art.
A 3-D pyramid has endless possibilities as a craft project. There are pcs magnetic balls in bcukyball set of original Buckyballs. Each ball is 5mm size.
Each Buckyball magnet is polarized, containing one end that attracts and another end that repels. Make classic shapes, such as spheres and pyramids from Buckyballs.
Most Buckyball shapes contain an inner structure of smaller shapes that combine to form the larger figure. Get your Buckyballs from buckyballscube. Find more Buckyballs tricks from this Buckyballs blog. Your email buvkyball will not be published.
Buckyballs Tricks : how to make a pyramid with Buckyballs
Buckyballs Pyramid use your buckyballs to form a single strand of balls. Break off nine magnetic balls, and attach the two ends to form a ring. Transform the ring into a triangle. Pinch three of the magnetic balls in the circle together with your thumb and forefinger, forming a point. The circle now looks like a teardrop.
Holding the point in place, push the rounded end of the teardrop inward, forming two new points. This completes the triangle. Repeat Steps 2 through 3 until you have 16 triangles total.
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This will not require the entire strand of balls. Select four triangles, and snap them together to form a larger triangle. Do this by snapping three of the triangles together side-by-side in this pattern: This forms a base for the larger triangle.
Snap the remaining triangle, pointed side up, above the middle triangle of the base. Repeat Step 5 three more times for a total of four large triangles. Snap the four triangles together to form one large triangle.
Do this by snapping three triangles together side-by-side in the following pattern: Bring the three points of the triangle together, by bringing them upward and inward, forming a three-dimensional figure. By snapping the points together, the sides will naturally snap together. When all the points and sides snaps together successfully, the result is a four-sided Buckyballs pyramid.