You have heard of dioramas, haven't you? Those are mini-expositions on some specific topics, usually made with the help of some recycled box (often a shoebox). A diorama made by your students can be displayed in the classroom or Ss can take it home and treasure for years (wishful thinking, I know, I know )
Today we're sharing a set of 4 dioramas that can be used with your younger students as projects.
These dioramas have been kindly provided by Crayola and are available for free download on their website.
Here's how it works: you print out 2 copies of the diorama you want to use, then decorate both with felt tip pens, color pencils etc. Then use one of the copies as the diorama background, cut the square shape and glue it inside a recycled box. Then cut individual elements from the second sheet and decorate.