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A Wall Clock made from a decorated Canvas with a Clock Mechanism

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Children's logical-mathematical and personal intelligence is enhanced by this creative project when combining making a self-portrait with a wall clock. Children gain greater self-esteem (self-wise) when depicting themselves. Furthermore, their logical-mathematical intelligence is enhanced when working with numbers.

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A Wall Clock made from a decorated Canvas with a Clock Mechanism
A Wall Clock made from a decorated Canvas with a Clock Mechanism

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    How to do it
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    Make a 8 mm hole in the middle of the canvas using a drill.
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    Make a rough design with a hard pencil – here we have drawn a portrait.
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    Paint the portrait according to your taste using matt A-Color acrylic paint. Leave to dry.
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    Use a craft knife to remove any unevenness from the drilled hole on the front and back.
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    Attach the clock mechanism through the hole: pass the screw thread of the clock through from the back of the canvas. Now attach the dial and then the nut from the front. Tighten the nut.
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    Attach the hands on top of the screw thread; the small hand (the hour hand) first and then the large hand (the minute hand). Give them a light push until a 'click' is heard. Now attach the second hand.
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    Use the hands as an indicator for where to draw the numbers on the dial. Use the template and draw the numbers with a pencil.
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    Outline and colour in the numbers with Uni Posca markers. Use a different colour from the background.
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    Put an AA battery in the clock mechanism.
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    Numbers-wise
    Logical-mathematical intelligence. Enhanced by activities in which children must use their abilities to use mathematics in practice (but also when playing with number theory, equations, geometry, topology).
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    Self-wise
    Personal intelligence. Enhanced by activities in which children must use their self-awareness, the ability to act and make personal decisions in a way which is adapted to match their surroundings.
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