Master class on making models of the Earth and the Moon for Cosmonautics Day from papier-mâché
Before the day astronautics we were given a task, from each group layout planets to decorate the hall for the holiday. I chose Zelmlu. In general, while we were sitting with the child on a sick-list, they made the moon and the rocket)
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- such a ball with a rubber band (when inflated, it turns out perfectly round)
-PVA glue (preferably immediately a bucket, because glue takes a lot)
-plasticine (for The moon)
First, we cut newspapers into stripes and inflate a balloon of the right size. First we smear half the ball with glue and glue the newspapers.
So, layer by layer, until you get 5-6 layers. (you don’t need to dip every piece into the glue, you just need to glue every subsequent layer with glue).
Then we can proceed to the second half. Again we glue 5-6 layers. After the second half is ready, we turn it (across, and make another 2-3 layers. (In total, I got about 10 layers, and hang it with an elastic band to dry. PVA glue dries quickly enough, so everything dried out overnight .)
So, when everything is dry, you can burst the ball. We still have 2 holes, which also need to be sealed and dried.
Now we glue everything with toilet paper in 1 layer. I took the cheapest gray paper, t. K. It is single-layer (3-layer does not fit, then the planet turns out to be embossed and the seams from the newspaper are no longer visible. Dry.
Do not forget to mount, I made 2 holes and inserted a bent hairpin.
Draw the contours of the continents and color with gouache. Here is such a beauty!
For The moon do the same thing, just consider the size - the moon is smaller Of the earth. We make craters, I made them from plasticine. Just rolled up sausages of different lengths and widths, laid them out in circles. Paste everything with toilet paper (I forgot about it, so it didn’t turn out as I wanted) and dry. At first I painted everything with a silver spray, and on top with yellow toguash, except for craters.
Well, I made a rocket out of two 2.5 liters. bottles. Joined, pasted with paper, attached rocket launchers from bushes from toilet paper and foil, painted to your liking and voila! My crafts will decorate the music room along with the crafts of my colleagues. I think the kids will like it)
Good luck! After the holiday I will post pictures of the hall in finished form)
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Even in the III century BC, ancient Greek scientists established that the earth has a spherical shape. The first globe is mentioned in history around 150 BC. Its creator was Kratet Mullsky. His model was depicted as a single continent, worn out by rivers. The oldest that has come down to our time is considered the globe of the German cartographer Martin Beheim. He made his model by pulling calfskin on metallic ribs.
Of course, in 1492 the New World was not yet discovered, so it was not on the world map of Benheim. They based on the maps of Ptolemy. Based on this model, the cartographers subsequently made changes associated with new geographical discoveries. After that, globes spread throughout Europe. They were given to senior officials and even monarchs. Actually in our country, the globe appeared as a gift to Alexei Mikhailovich Romanov from the Dutch ambassadors. Later, this globe passed to Peter the Great. Nowadays, the globe is considered a symbol of enlightenment.
Try to make a plasticine model of the globe with your child. Why plasticine? This material is ideal for children's crafts. It is very plastic, it is convenient and safe to work with. Modeling helps to train fine motor skills of the hands, which contributes to the formation of speech, because the speech center and the center responsible for the coordination of the fingers are in the brain in the neighborhood. Thanks to modeling, attention and memory are trained, and the manufacture of crafts close to real models helps to better understand the essence of things. And of course, fantasy develops and the creative potential of the child is realized.
In creating a do-it-yourself globe, the below-provided master class with photos will help you.
So, to make a three-dimensional model of the globe, you will need:
- Grapefruit or large orange,
- Ball pen,
- Plasticine of various colors,
- A real globe.
Prepare the base by washing and drying the fruit thoroughly. Using a ballpoint pen, draw the contours of the continents on an orange. You can do this by attaching tracing paper to a real globe and redrawing the outlines of land on it. Then cut out the pattern and circle the pen on the orange. And you can draw the continents from the globe by eye.
Most of the globe is occupied by oceans. With them, and you need to start making the model. Next, indicate the continents in green.
Do not forget that Antarctica and Greenland are covered in snow, they will be white.
Now you can apply the hill. When looking at a real map, apply yellow plasticine where necessary.
The next color to apply is orange. Remember to check the card.
The highest places on the globe are marked in brown.
Add deep ocean spots with navy blue plasticine.
Look how bright and beautiful the globe turned out.
On the stand
The next workshop is great for children.
To make a globe on a stand, you only need clay and a real globe. It is necessary to properly position the continents and mountains in the vast expanses of the oceans of our planet.
Make a big ball out of blue plasticine.
Draw the poles with white plasticine.
Then, carefully looking at the world map, make cakes of green plasticine and use the stack to give them the shape of the continents of the Eastern Hemisphere - Eurasia, Africa and Australia. Do not forget to add the island of Madagascar.
Place them in the right places of the layout, focusing on a real globe.
We pass to the Western hemisphere. There are North and South America. Form them from plasticine and place them on the model.
Now you need to put the desert and mountains on the globe. Make them with orange and brown plasticine.
To make the steps, make a ball and flatten it. The second part can be performed by forming a plasticine roller. Flatten it slightly and bend in the shape of a crescent. Mount the globe on the stand. The craft is ready.
On a stick
Another option for making the globe, see the next master class.
To make such a model of the Earth you will need:
- Plastic or foam ball,
- Thick wooden skewer
- Sour cream cup
- Colored paper
- Buckwheat and semolina,
- A real globe.
At the base of the ball you need to make a hole and connect it with a wooden skewer using plasticine. The lower part of the skewer needs to be strengthened in a cup using plasticine too. The side walls of the cup can be glued with colored paper or painted with acrylic paint. Apply blue plasticine to the ball evenly. Coat a wooden stick and the bottom of the cup with white plasticine. Focusing on a real Earth model, make the continents of rolled green plasticine. To do this, you can use their patterns. Use yellow and brown plasticine to mark hills and mountains. Sprinkle the location of glaciers with semolina, and inlaid with the highest mountains, inlaid with buckwheat grains. The globe on a stick is ready!
By creating such models of the Earth, the child will understand the location of the continents and learn their names, and by drawing his attention to the smallest details, you can study a lot of useful information.
Do-it-yourself clay land: simple solutions. How to make a model of earth from plasticine with your own hands
To make a model of the earth from plasticine with your own hands is a fascinating activity for a child. The process of kneading plasticine in the hands forms a part of the brain that is responsible for fine motor skills. Scientists have long proved that the development of fine motor skills significantly affects the development of a child’s speech, so sculpting from plasticine is not only interesting, but also useful.
Therefore, today's master class is dedicated to modeling from plasticine or how to make planet Earth with your own hands at home.
DIY hollow clay earth
If you have little clay, and you want to make a big planet, do not despair. In order to create a large model of the earth and not use a lot of plasticine, you will need the following materials: a balloon, a lot of paper (you can use old paper or newspaper), PVA glue, a teaspoon of vegetable oil and plasticine.
Stock up with different colors of plasticine, but the most basic ones that you should have in abundance are colors: blue or blue, green, brown or yellow, as well as white. If you want to work with the blue color of plasticine, and you only have blue, do not despair. Mix the blue and white plasticine into a homogeneous mass, and you get a blue color.
Inflate the balloon and tie. Do not make the ball too large and elongated. It should turn out as round as possible. Coat its surface with vegetable oil.
Tear the paper into small pieces of no more than 2? 2 cm. And glue the ball in one layer. The newspaper will hold well on vegetable oil, so glueing the first layer of paper with glue is not necessary.
Now glue the ball with paper in the second and third layer, greasing each piece of paper with PVA glue and gluing it to the bottom layer. Try to ensure that the paper is evenly distributed, does not create tubercles and depressions.
Important: after the third and last layer, let the ball dry completely. To do this, put it on a warm battery and leave it there for a day. To make the ball strong and not afraid of inaccurate finger presses, make 5 or 6 evenly glued paper layers on it.
After the paper is completely dry, you can burst the balloon and take it out. Seal the resulting hole.
At this stage, pencil marks the areas on which land areas will be located, and where water.
Next, the paper model is pasted with plasticine by smearing and stretching it on the surface. Where the land is drawn, a piece of plasticine of brown, green or yellow color is glued, and where the water is blue or blue. Do not forget about the white glaciers that are located at the poles of the planet.
If you want to visually complicate the work, create the effect of cities, forests and deserts. To do this, first apply a green layer of plasticine with an even layer, and then other colors are dotted in small areas.
DIY plasticine earth model with core and mantle
In the process of creativity, the child will be able to easily remember what our planet consists of, because this model of the earth will be from plasticine. Have all the components. This model will have a core, an outer core, mantle, crust, water and land.
For this craft, you will need a lot of clay of different colors, which will lay down in layers, starting from the core and rising to water and land. Each layer should have its own color. The core should be the brightest yellow, above the outer layer is a darker yellow hue, the mantle is orange, the crust is brown, the water is blue or blue, and the land is green.
A mockup of the planet begins to be created from the core, so at this stage, roll a ball of yellow plasticine, this will be the core. Take the remaining yellow plasticine and mix a small piece of red, orange or brown plasticine into it.
Roll the resulting plasticine with a cloth and wrap the core in it so that the top layer lies evenly. It should cover the core over the entire surface with the same thickness. This layer is called the outer core.
One layer above the outer core, the third layer is the mantle of the planet. A darker color is selected for the mantle, a transition between yellow and brown. It is desirable that it be orange.
Roll out a layer of plasticine for the mantle of the planet with a canvas and wrap an existing lump in it. The mantle is three to four times thicker than the core or the outer core; therefore, the plasticine layer should be thicker than the previous one.
At this stage, our improvised planet is wrapped in a layer of the earth's crust, which should be made of brown plasticine. Usually this color is in the standard plasticine packaging, but if not, it can be done. For a dark brown color, mix a piece of black, red and yellow in a homogeneous mass.
Roll out the resulting shade with an even cloth. Only it should be much thinner than the previous layers. Wrap them with a model of the earth evenly and without gaps.
This is the final step in creating layers. The uppermost layer of earth from plasticine with your own hands will be a layer of blue water. Roll out a layer of blue or blue plasticine thick, as in the previous step, and wrap it with a layout.
Glue pieces of land on the planet’s surface in the form of green and brown-yellow spots, as well as white spots of snow-covered poles. Do-it-yourself clay model of the earth is ready.
Now it can be cut so that everyone can see what layers our planet consists of. This can be done with a thread or knife. Cut exactly in half to cut the core inside the layout.
Also, if you want to show the inner layers of the layout, you can not cut the planet in half, but cut out a triangle from it with a recess inward to the center.
DIY earth made of plasticine on an orange
This model of the earth is done on an already finished round surface. To do this, any ball in your home is suitable. Even a fruit, such as an orange or grapefruit, can fit the description. Also, for work you will need plasticine blue, green, yellow, brown and white.
Clean the surface of the ball or fruit of grease, dust and wipe dry.
Draw on its surface with a pencil, marker or ballpoint pen an outline of the location of land and glaciers.
Paste plasticine over the ball, choosing green for the land, and blue or blue for water. Apply plasticine, smearing small pieces on the surface in one direction with your fingers. Designating the land, glue and first place a green piece of plasticine, and then add yellow and brown to it pointwise.
How to mold a model of Earth from plasticine?
Our planet Earth is an extraordinary miracle! As a rule, they begin to study it in the third grade of primary school.
And in order to facilitate the process of remembering the structure of the Earth, teachers ask their students very exciting creative tasks - to mold a model of our planet from a special mass, draw it on paper or make a fascinating encyclopedia with their own hands.
In this article, you will learn how to mold a model of the Earth from plasticine with your own hands. You will not need special knowledge and tools, just be patient and connect imagination.
Materials and Tools
If you are thinking how to make a model of the Earth from plasticine and what skills are needed for this, then first pay attention to the availability of all the necessary materials and tools. You will need a mass for children's creativity or special material for modeling.
Currently produced a huge number of diverse masses. Some of them harden and become hard like stone, while others feel like sand to the touch. To sculpt a model of our planet, any mass is suitable, the assortment of which has all the necessary colors.
In addition, to make a model of the Earth from clay, you will need tools. These are special stacks and knives. If you sculpt with young children, it is best to limit yourself to non-sharp stacks. To add texture and fashion mountains you can use a variety of improvised tools - from toothpicks with beads at the end to sticks and old toothbrushes.
The simplest model of our planet
To make the simplest crafts, you will need three colors of plasticine - blue, green and white. First, roll a small ball from the blue or blue mass. Then take the green one and roll it into a thin cake no more than two millimeters thick.
And then look at the geographic atlas. Try to cut the continents and islands with a knife. Then stick the cut shapes onto a blue ball. Plasticine Earth model is almost ready! It remains only to dazzle the white ice caps.
If you wish, you can also designate large mountains and rivers.
Do-it-yourself model of Earth from plasticine. Make some layers
If you are thinking about how to mold a model of the Earth from plasticine more complex and interesting, then be patient! Вам понадобится масса для лепки следующих цветов: синий, зеленый, красный, оранжевый, желтый и черный. Также подготовьте острый нож.
Он понадобится, когда вы будете разрезать пластилиновую Землю на две части. Сначала вам надо скатать маленький шарик из красной массы. Then take a piece of orange plasticine, roll it into a cake and wrap it with a red ball. Do the same with the yellow and black mass.
The last layer will be blue plasticine.
And now it's time to make the continents! Take a small piece of green mass for modeling and roll it into a thin layer with a thickness of one or two millimeters. Pick up the geographical atlas again and try to cut continents and islands from the formation. Stick them to the blue ball.
And now the fun part! Send the Earth model from plasticine to the refrigerator for half an hour. Or in the freezer for ten to fifteen minutes. This is necessary so that while cutting your model of Earth from plasticine is not smeared.
Remove the craft from the refrigerator and carefully cut it with a sharp knife.
Done! Now you can mount mountains and ice caps. If you wish, you can refine the halves with a toothpick with a bead at the end or a simple awl.
Rules for working with molding masses
Before you sculpt a model of Earth from plasticine, be sure to wash your hands. In addition, you must carefully prepare your workplace. First, wipe the table.
Secondly, in advance you need to buy a special plastic board for working with plasticine and molding masses. So you do not stain the table.
It is advisable that during modeling you have a wet rag at hand, since some colors of plasticine tend to get your hands dirty.
If you want to sculpt with a very small child, then buy a special mass for sculpting. As a rule, such products are designed so that the child can taste it. In addition, you can mold a model from mastic - it will definitely be harmless to a child.
What else can you make a model of the Earth
If you have already learned to sculpt from plasticine, now you can begin to create from polymer clay. This material is more expensive and requires baking. But then the received model of the Earth will be solid and will never be forgotten. In addition, you can dump the planet out of wool. Then it will be not only an educational toy, but also a kind of interior item.
How to make a globe from plasticine with your own hands: we make a model of the Earth with children
The word globe comes from the Latin globus, which means "ball". For modern people, of course, it is no secret that the earth has a spherical shape. But it was not always so. The history of the origin of the model of our planet and how to make a globe out of plasticine with your own hands will be discussed in this article.
Even in the III century BC, ancient Greek scientists established that the earth has a spherical shape. The first globe is mentioned in history around 150 BC. Its creator was Kratet Mullsky.
His model was depicted as a single continent, worn out by rivers. The oldest that has come down to our time is considered the globe of the German cartographer Martin Beheim.
He made his model by pulling calfskin on metallic ribs.
Of course, in 1492 the New World was not yet discovered, so it was not on the world map of Benheim. They based on the maps of Ptolemy. Based on this model, the cartographers subsequently made changes associated with new geographical discoveries.
After that, globes spread throughout Europe. They were given to senior officials and even monarchs. Actually in our country, the globe appeared as a gift to Alexei Mikhailovich Romanov from the Dutch ambassadors. Later, this globe passed to Peter the Great.
Nowadays, the globe is considered a symbol of enlightenment.
How to make a do-it-yourself Earth model
Crafting a model of the Earth from various ornamental materials is a very exciting pastime for creative people. Not everyone can afford to buy a finished globe, so let me offer you several options for making a model of the globe - using paper and using plasticine.
Be sure to connect your child to the process, he will certainly be very interested in helping you, and he will also learn a lot about our planet, easily remember how it looks and what it consists of.
To make crafts, you will need:
- round balloon
- newspaper or unnecessary paper,
- water - 1200 ml,
- flour - 200 g
- water-based paint,
- gouache - 6-8 colors,
- glue and paint brushes,
- furniture lacquer.
The method of making crafts using papier-mâché consists in pasting a foundation with several layers of paper and then staining it. The frame for the future globe will serve as a balloon having a circular shape.
Its diameter can be any - at your discretion. Such a ball needs to be inflated, tightly tied and checked so that it does not pass air.
Then place it on a wide and stable cup or small vase - they will come in handy as a stand for later work.
Now you need to prepare the glue. To do this, you can use ordinary PVA, which is diluted with a small amount of water so that it becomes less thick, since the drying speed of the craft depends on this. Usually to two parts of average densityglue add one part of water and stir well.
And you can also weld the glue yourself. To prepare it, you need to take a small pan, pour 1 liter of water into it and boil.
Mix the remaining liquid with flour, make sure that it dissolves well, and then pour a thin stream into boiling water. Constantly stirring, boil the solution for 3-4 minutes on low heat.
After that, remove the finished glue from the stove and put in a cool place until it cools completely.
Now you can start tinkering with the Earth’s layout:
- Take a balloon and grease with vegetable oil. This must be done so that later it can be easier to remove from the finished template. Then grab a newspaper and tear it into small pieces. It should be borne in mind that paper does not need to be cut, because then clear lines will be visible on your ball, and this will look ugly. Pieces with torn edges fit better on a round shape and therefore the surface of the globe will be smoother.
- Now dip the paper strips into the glue and stick them on the ball. It is recommended to make 2-3 layers, then the model will be stronger. Be sure to leave a small hole near the base so that a bursting ball can be pulled out through it.
- Put the glued ball on the stand, put it in a warm place and let it dry well during the day. If the glue was very thick, or you applied too many layers of paper, then the drying time may increase to 2 or 3 days.
- When the papier-mâché craft becomes dry and strong, pierce the ball with a needle, let the air out and pull it out of the paper base.
- Then the workpiece must be covered with water-based paint, 1-2 layers will suffice. Leave to dry completely.
- After that, you can start painting the layout. To do this, take gouache and paint the ball in blue. Then with a simple pencil draw the continents, islands and countries. If it is difficult for you to cope with this, you can use special templates. Carefully color all with appropriate colors. Using a felt-tip pen, sign the names of countries, continents, seas and oceans.
- After processing with paints, you can cover your Earth model with one layer of transparent varnish for furniture, then your globe will not get your hands dirty, and if water accidentally gets on its surface, it will not ruin the picture.
Features crafts and material used
This model will demonstrate the inner and outer surface of the Earth: core, mantle, crust and oceans with continents. To do this, you need a fairly large amount of clay different color. Before starting work, it is recommended that you study the structure of the globe in detail so that all its constituent parts are located correctly in your model.
For such a craft you will need:
- a lot of multi-colored plasticine,
- wooden plank,
- ball pen,
- Pictures depicting the inner and outer surface of the earth.
Making a layout
After preparing the material You can start creating your model of the Earth:
- First you need to create a kernel. To do this, take the yellow plasticine and form a ball out of it. Its size can be any, but it is best that its diameter is 7-8 cm.
- Now we will fashion the outer core of the Earth. Take the same sized pieces of red, orange, yellow plasticine, soften them and mix together. Roll the resulting mass into a layer about 2 cm thick and wrap the yellow core with it so that it completely covers it.
- Sculpt the mantle. To get the right color for her, mix yellow and brown plasticine. Then roll it so that its thickness is 3-4 cm, since the mantle is wider than the outer core. Wrap the existing ball in the resulting piece and smooth out all the bumps well.
- We proceed to the manufacture of the earth's crust. Take plasticine of a brown shade, and if you do not have such a color, then to get it mix equal pieces of red, black and yellow plasticine into one common mass. Then form a thin layer - it will be the earth's crust in your layout. Then gently wrap it around your globe model.
- Now we have to deal with the design of the outer layer of the globe. To create water, take blue clay, roll out a layer 1 cm thick from it and wrap your craft in it.
- Then you need to recreate the continents, islands and glaciers on the surface of the model of the Earth. In order not to be mistaken, you can outline their location with a ballpoint pen, and then begin to form the surface of the land. Glue the corresponding colors in small pieces, gently smearing them on the surface. To make the land of the continents look natural, first stick a little green plasticine, and then add brown, yellow, beige and combine all the colors with smooth transitions.
The finished globe needs to be cut into two parts to demonstrate what layers the planet Earth consists of. This can be done with a sharp knife or an ordinary strong thread.
You need to cut exactly in the middle to capture the inner core of the layout.
You can also cut a triangle deepened to the center from the side of the model - in this section, the structure of the inner surface of our planet will also be clearly visible.
The basis for Earth layouts, The moon or other planets can also serve as pre-made balls, plastic balls or oranges. To do this, on a round surface, first you need to mark the areas of land and water with a felt-tip pen or pencil, and then fill them with the appropriate color using multi-colored plasticine.
In our video, watch a master class on making a model of the globe with your own hands.
Plasticine earth model: some of the best workshops
Childhood is the time to learn and learn something new.
Many children adore modeling from plasticine, because making different figures from plastic mass is not only interesting, but also useful for developing imagination and fine motor skills.
Usually, plasticine crafts are limited to miniature toys that the baby can use in their games, but more serious crafts can also be made from plasticine, for example, land layout.
Such a craft will be needed to clearly explain to the child what the world looks like from a scientific point of view, what the continents are and where which countries are located.
In addition, schoolchildren can be asked to mold a model of earth from plasticine and bring it to the next lesson, and then making the crafts will be not only fascinating, but also useful: the child will get a good grade.
The workshops below describe in detail how to make a model of the earth with a child from ordinary plasticine.
Balloon Earth Model
One of the options for creating a planet from plasticine is to make it using an ordinary ball. Do it yourself is simple:
- Inflate the balloon by blowing air into it, or using a special deposit. Do not try to make it too large, the main thing is not size, but shape. It is important that it is as close to the circle as possible.
- From the old newspaper or ordinary album sheets, make small square leaves. Their size should not exceed 2 cm by 2 cm.
- Cover the ball with the first layer of paper, placing paper pieces on top of the areas covered with vegetable oil.
- Attach the next two layers to PVA glue. After completing the third layer, leave the bulb near the battery for a long time so that the layers completely dry out and all the work does not fall apart. If you don’t have time to wait, use a hairdryer.
- Cover the ball with two or three more layers so that if the child accidentally presses the ball strongly, it will not deform. Re-dry.
- With the help of an ordinary needle, burst the balloon inside, and immediately seal the resulting hole.
- Draw future continents with a simple pencil.
- Use yellow, green, brown, and white plasticine to cover the intended areas of land, and sculpt as much blue as possible on the remaining space, covering globe water.
In order to fully explain to the child how the planet on which he lives is arranged, you can make an interesting piece of work - a sectional model of the globe. On this layout, you can clearly tell the baby what composed planet.
- We start modeling from the most basic part of the globe - the inner core. Take the yellow plasticine and roll a small ball out of it.
- We form the outer core. Add red, brown and orange to the yellow plasticine and mix them until a more or less uniform color forms. Make a thin cake from the obtained plasticine and wrap a yellow ball with it.
- We make a mantle. To do this, use a large piece of orange plasticine and roll it into a cake. The mantle is a rather thick layer, so the cake should be bigger than the previous ones. Wrap the outer core with the mantle.
- Sculpt the earth's crust. Take a brown piece of plasticine and make a thin cake out of it, into which you can wrap the finished interiors of the planet.
- We make a "water" layer of blue plasticine and wrap the finished ball in it.
- On top of green, yellow, brown and white plasticine, attach the continents.
- Using a stack, cut a neat triangle from the ball, thereby exposing the insides of the planet.
The next globe made of plasticine with your own hands is based on an ordinary orange. The master class below will describe how to do this correctly:
- Prepare the whole fruit for the craft by washing it thoroughly.
- Take a pencil or pen and outline future continents.
- Using various colors of plasticine, which can be seen on a real globe, paint over land.
- Carefully close up empty places blue plasticine.
Flat model of the earth
If there isn’t much plasticine at hand, but the child wants to make a globe, then use an ordinary sheet of cardboard. An easy workshop will explain in detail how to make such a layout:
- Cut a circle of the required size from a sheet of cardboard.
- Draw on a cut disk one of the sides of the planet: mark all the continents and islands.
- Take the yellow, green, brown plasticine and start sculpting it on cardboard, painting over areas of sushi.
- Fill the remaining space with blue plasticine.
Paper Planet Earth Mockup
Sometimes plasticine is not at hand, but it is still necessary to show the globe to the child. In this case, you can use ordinary paper, which can be found in everyone’s house. Read about how to make a do-it-yourself globe out of paper in the workshop provided below.
- For the future layout, take a balloon. Round balls are best for these purposes, but if you didn’t get one, use an ordinary one, trying to give it the most round shape.
- Use a newspaper or paper torn into small pieces. The second is best, since a white sheet is easier to colorize. It is recommended that at least the last layer be made of paper, not newspaper. Dip each piece into PVA glue and glue the balloon evenly over them. Repeat the procedure about three times.
- After completing each layer, leave the ball