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Browser-based SketchUp for Primary and Secondary schools signed up with G Suite for Education or Microsoft Education.
SketchUp for Schools is the core SketchUp modeler now available in a web browser for any Primary or Secondary School signed up with G Suite for Education or Microsoft Education.
Integrated with Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive
Works on Chromebooks or any Internet-connected computer
Available through the G Suite for Education Apps Marketplace or the Microsoft Education Store
Learn how common math principals apply in the real world.
Bring your atlas to life! Model your home country and important local landmarks in 3D.
Tell a story in 3D! Learn how to model your next book report using scenes from the Hobbit.
Learn how to draw and present your cell wall, membrane, and organelles in 3D!
Learn how to model and plan your stage layout using scenes from the Wizard of Oz.
Design-Build 101: design a birdhouse in SketchUp, then take your 3D model and build it in real life.
A complete guide to 3D printing in SketchUp for Schools.
Model the SketchUp step box logo and learn the basics of how to build a model for 3D printing.
Give your backpack some personality with a custom 3D printed name tag.
Who can 3D print the coolest castle? Build on the basics and take a deep dive into SketchUp to make a castle that’s your very own.
New to SketchUp for Schools? Get primed on all the need-to-know basics before tackling the SketchUp for Schools tutorials.
Build 3D shapes, add colors, and (most importantly) have fun while making your very own Turtle Sandbox.
Build a playhouse worthy of the schoolyard! Learn about SketchUp's draw tools, materials library, and 3D Warehouse while making your very own Pirate Ship Playhouse.
Learn the ins-and-outs of modeling in SketchUp for Schools as you build Mike's Malt Shop. You'll be a SketchPert in no time!
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Learn more about getting set up with SketchUp for Schools.