For this activity, you will create eight unique 2D impressions. These impression

For this activity, you will create eight unique 2D impressions. These impressions can be tire track impressions (using toy cars) or shoe impressions (using real shoes), but all eight must be the same type (shoe or tire).
Shoe Print Instructions
Find eight pairs of shoes in your house. They can be your own shoes, a family member’s shoes, even doll shoes, but they must have unique tread patterns on the bottom. Create one shoe impression for each shoe on a plain surface. The easiest way to do this is to spread some pepper or other fine powder onto a plate, then press your shoe onto the plate. This will “load” the shoe, allowing you to press the shoe into a clean flat surface of your choice and leave a 2D impression behind.
Document each shoe impression with an evidence-quality photograph. Remember that to take an evidence quality photography, you have to hold the camera straight above the impression and zoom in as much as possible so that the impression fills the picture.
Create a PowerPoint or Google Slides that includes all of your impression photographs. For each impression, identify the following class characteristics of the shoe used: length, width, and the tread design or pattern.

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