Step 2: Materials

The project is quite cheap, you can do it find almost only things that usually you can find in a school or free.
  • A big cardboard box, the shape would be more or less the shape of your classroom.
  • Boxes in various dimensions
  • Paper sheets
  • Paperboard
  • Glue
  • Shissors, cutter, felt-tip, crayon, pencils

There will be some other materials, depending of what you'll be put in your diorama, like modelling clay, little caps, staplers, fabrics, velcro.... use your teacher-fantasy!

Take the measurement of the classroom with the pupils: note that the classroom is a square, or a rectangle, like the box you chose.

Cut the upper lids of the box.

Cut the windows and put a sheet of transparent plastic to make the glass.

Paint the walls or glue some papers to them: given that my classroom is pink the lower part and white over the 1,50 m, and the box was brown, I've done it with white and coloured paper sheets.
<p>that's so cool how did you do that I can barely do it</p>
NAILED IT!!! It's got everything, great job!
<p>Thank you &gt;^.^&lt;</p>
I see all sorts of applications for this! Well done!
Thank you :)
This is neat. This looks like a great way to teach a bunch of skills all at once. (And it's nice to see teachers of the younger ducks post their academic projects.)
Thank you! It's a work they really liked to do.
Wow, that is so cute! I like the little plants.
Thank you :)
Is there a diorama of the diorama in the diorama?
LOL! :D No, there isn't.
Awesome! I love dioramas!!
Thank you! &gt;^.^&lt;

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