1. Molecular structures in 3D: in conjunction with the teacher of physical-chemistry sciences, students select the molecules to recreate.
2. Select one or two students, who will be responsible for the styling of atoms and links, using Tinkercad. Modeling, include different types of atomic connection, consulting a kit of molecules to determine the cutting angles of the spheres as well as the sizes corresponding to the atomic representation.
3. On Tinkercad (or Sketchup) each group assembles its molecule from the elements created by the initial modeling group.
4. Print modules, using color appropriate filament (there is a color scheme for these modules. white: H, red – O, black – Carbon, yellow – Sulphur, blue- nitrogen).
5. Physical assembly of molecular models (with glue or magnets – requires you study fittings).
6. In addition to the 3D printing and assembly of the molecular models, you can do simple 3D animations with video edition so that students expose contents about molecules or virtual environments in unity / vrml.