## Tin Man Project

Your job is to create a tin man that can
sit or stand on its own using the various materials provided to you. You are welcome to create your own shapes using cardstock / paper. Your tin man must have the following parts:- Two arms
- Two legs
- A body
- Head
- Cone shaped hat
one cylinder, one rectangular prism, one triangular prism, and one cone (hat) in your tin man.The maximum height of your tin man is 2 ft tall. |

Tin Man Project Guidelines

Polyhedron (Geometric Solids) Notes with Tin Man Calculation Sheet

Extra Tin Man Calculation Sheets

Tin Man Surface Area Total (Group Sheet) - submit this signed sheet with calculations to receive your aluminum foil

Polyhedron (Geometric Solids) Notes with Tin Man Calculation Sheet

Extra Tin Man Calculation Sheets

Tin Man Surface Area Total (Group Sheet) - submit this signed sheet with calculations to receive your aluminum foil

## Video Support

What are prisms? How do you calculate their volumes?

Cylinder - Construction, Nets, Surface Area & Volume

Rectangular Prism - Construction, Net, Surface Area & Volume

Triangular Prism

Cone

Square Pyramid: Surface Area & Volume

Sphere: Volume & Surface Area (Includes why the formula works too!)

How much tin (actually aluminum) foil will I need? (convert your sq. cm to sq. in.)

Cylinder - Construction, Nets, Surface Area & Volume

Rectangular Prism - Construction, Net, Surface Area & Volume

Triangular Prism

Cone

Square Pyramid: Surface Area & Volume

Sphere: Volume & Surface Area (Includes why the formula works too!)

How much tin (actually aluminum) foil will I need? (convert your sq. cm to sq. in.)

## Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

**Question:**Can I use bring in extra aluminum foil to cover my tin man?

**Answer:**You may bring in foil, but it will be put in the class pile. You will only be given the amount of square inches of foil that you calculate.