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Painted and decorated Polystyrene and Gauze Bandage Animals

Painted and decorated Polystyrene and Gauze Bandage Animals

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Children's natural intelligence is enhanced by this creative project when discussing the difference between wild animals and pets. Meanwhile, the children can make animals from polystyrene items covered with gauze bandage. Children's natural intelligence is enhanced when working with gauze bandage, when they experience the effect of water on gauze bandage.
Guide step 1
Step 1.
Drill a hole in the polystyrene egg using the pointed end of a pair of scissors.
Guide step 2
Step 2.
Push the egg onto the tip of the cone, so that the shape now consists of a head and a body. Cut flower sticks and push them into the shape for a tail and ears.
Guide step 3
Step 3.
Cut small pieces of gauze bandage, moisten them in water and attach them onto the shape. NB: start at the head and neck in order to stabilise the body.
Guide step 4
Step 4.
Add layers of gauze bandage around the flower sticks, so that the tail and the ears take shape.
Guide step 5
Step 5.
Paint it with A-Color matt acrylic paint and leave to dry.
Guide step 6
Step 6.
Draw details with Uni Posca markers or with a thin brush and A-Color acrylic paint.
Guide step 7
Step 7.
Use Clear Multi Glue gel for attaching rhinestones onto the shape.
Guide step 8
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Nature-wise
Natural intelligence. Enhanced by activities in which children must use their abilities to sense, discover, replicate, imitate and understand Nature. To learn about the forces of Nature and know how they affect people's living conditions.

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