Supreme Court Judges 3D Project Cube *History Craftivity* Research Activity



Bring history to life by creating a 3D Project Cube for Supreme Court Judges & Justices Research Project. The students will be excited to get out of the text book, or plain old lecturing. Excite your students with this fun 3D Project Cube.
When can you use it?
  • Review Time: Use the cube as a review activity to reinforce key concepts before an assessment or as a quick refresher.
  • Small Groups: Assign small groups of students to work collaboratively on the cube, encouraging teamwork and discussion.
  • Exemplary Task: Showcase exemplary work by displaying completed cubes in the classroom or hallway, highlighting students’ efforts.
  • Buddy/Partner Work: Pair up students to complete the cube together, promoting peer learning and cooperation.
  • Independently: Have students work independently on the cube as a self-paced activity, allowing them to take ownership of their learning.
  • Homework: Assign the cube as a homework assignment to extend learning beyond the classroom walls.
Product Contains:
  • A page about their select person’s timeline (a BLANK page is now included)
  • A page for 10 Facts about their selected person
  • A page about the impact left by the selected person
  • A page about their career and highlights of their career
  • A page about their life
  • A mini research page for each student to use during their research
Scientists Include:
– Stephen Breyer
– Sonia Sotomayer
– Samuel Alito
– Ruth Bader Ginsburg
– Neil Gorsuch
– John Roberts
– Elena Kagan
– Clarence Thomas
– Brett Kavanaugh
– Anthony Kennedy
Here are some important details about using this resource:
  • The 3D Project Cube is designed as a Print & GO file, making it easy to implement in your classroom.
  • Students will need to cut and glue the pages to assemble their cubes, getting hands-on with the material.
  • Plan for approximately 60-90 minutes of class time to complete the cube, ensuring students have ample time to engage with the content.
  • Regular copy paper is all you need to create the cubes, making it a cost-effective and accessible resource.
  • Remember, each student will need all six pages to successfully complete their own 3D Project Cube.
Teachers like you said:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️This was an amazing way to engage my special education students in summative assessment. They absolutely loved making this cube.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I have international students in a US Gov class and this activity helped all of us SO much!! They were able to watch Schoolhouse Rock, read in the text, and then do this creative assignment and it got the information passed along wonderfully!!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️My students had a wonderful time with this activity. They got to research and color. The cubes turned out awesome. Thank you for this amazing activity!
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