One was a giant Fuller projection of the world with tabs and fold lines that I printed on the plotter and brought in to the class as a long term project to help the kids learn about projections and countries. They will definitely have fun coloring it and creating the big cube-shaped globe. The teacher requested a bunch more of these monsters to spread around the whole school and use in other grade levels.
The other two which you can see in the pictures are a heart-shaped projection for Valentine's Day (a "cordiform" projection for the geeks out there) and a map of north america with a bunch of dinosaurs stomping around. The kids really enjoyed it (as did I) and I attached them to this post for any of you who might like to do the same at a classroom or just for your own kids.
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If you all like, I can also post a link to the Fuller globe set up to print, cut out, and fold into a cube shaped globe soon.