No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In this class, students will work with the Cricut Design Space, and create new and fun projects! The projects presented in these flex lessons are designed for advanced users who are learning how to use the program at a higher level, and different attachments for projects. For four weeks, I will demonstrate how to create projects that will range from the following: - Printable Iron On - 3-D Objects - Infusible Ink - Fabric projects - Creating stencils for projects -Any other designs you can...
I have been a teacher for 10 years, working with students as young as pre-school and through college, and have been a home business owner for 3 years. I have used the Cricut for many different items in my shop, along with personal daily uses, and even in my classroom. I love teaching friends and family how to make new items, along with sharing my designs with others. I teach simplistically to optimize learning in an explained step-by-step approach so users can follow along and complete the tasks with me.
Students will complete projects independently during the week, and share images to the classroom page under the weekly video post. Homework time may vary depending on complexity of project (students will be shown how to complete a project, but the design is theirs so they may create something meaningful to them).
Basic Requirements: Cricut Machine (I will be modeling with the Cricut Air 2) Fabric/standard grip/light grip mats (fabric grip will be needed for fabric, standard grip will be used for many projects, light grip is optional for cardstock but not necessary) Weeding Tools Iron/Cricut Press Project Requirements: Infusible Vinyl Printable Iron On Vinyl Stencil vinyl (this may not be needed if students use extra vinyl that they do not need, but stencil is recommended) Transfer Paper (cricut paper is good, but I use Silhoutte for easier transfer) Cardstock (variety for 3D projects), Fabric blade for Cricut (standard blades will not cut fabric as well) Fabric (the type will depend on the project the student chooses) More may be needed as seen in videos or as students design projects.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be in Design Space, and will be using a Cricut. I will review safety tips, but please be sure to be nearby during projects, or explain safety with your child. In addition, in-app purchases are possible in Design Space. Please have your account not set up to purchase without a credit card, or be with your child during design to prevent in-app purchases.
Cricut Design Space will be used for this class. Students may get ideas for projects from the Design Space or online from other locations prior to creations.
Mrs. Souder, EdD
Elementary Teacher and Middle School Science Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
302 total reviews
454 completed classes
I have been a teacher for 11 years, teaching middle school science for 8 years, and 5th grade for 2 years, and teaching Middle School Math for 1. I have been on Outschool since January 2019. I am certified in Elementary Education, Middle School...