If you had a time machine, would you travel to the past or the future? Or both? In this Tinkercad project, we’re going to create a time machine with four sides that can take us to four different times and places, past, present or future. Each side of the time machine will have a date and a place: moments and places of importance in our lives or in the growth of our civilization. We’ll build our time machines with basic shapes, use the scribble tool to label our chosen dates, and customize our machines with transparency. As we build our time machines, we’ll ask for feedback from a friend and make changes to make our designs even better. Your future is what you make it. So make it a good one!
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- Trying using the 4th side of the time machine that can represent the past, present or future
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