This puzzle cube project challenges students to create a cube made of five parts, and two of these parts must interlock. Students are given 27 individual cubes to make the cube’s parts. Each part must have a minimum of three individual cubes and a maximum of six cubes. All of the individual parts must have different shapes from each other. This project integrates spacial relationships, art history, computer illustration and animation. After students design a solution, they can finish creating this puzzle cube with hand drawings or on the computer.