Pixar in a Box is a collaboration between Pixar Animation Studios and Khan Academy, sponsored by Disney. The goal is to show how the concepts learned in school are used to tackle creative challenges faced during the making of Pixar films. Each topic begins with a design focused lesson which is appropriate for grades 5 and up, followed by a math focused lesson which is grade specific. The lessons touch on concepts ranging from grade 4 through high school and beyond. 
Along the way you’ll also learn a lot about Pixar’s filmmaking process. To see how these lessons fit together, it’s helpful to get to know the Pixar production pipeline. We've broken this pipeline into a series of topics for you to explore.

Topic Overview

The tutorials in Pixar in a Box:

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