Door creation process in Spain!

This is the way we created our common door in C.R.A. Alto Cidacos for the 4 schools in Arnedillo, Enciso, Herce and Préjano.

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HAVE A LOOK AT THIS VIDEO RECORDED IN THE CARPENTER’S IN ARNEDILLO…

WE LEARNT A LOT!!!

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Making a door in Iceland

To make our door we started out doing some research.

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We made doors of unit blocks.

 

Then we drew pictures of doors and used different materials to make our very own mini doors.

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Now it was time to make one common door. We had to decide f.ex. the shape of door and how big and wide it should be?

 

We wanted to paint our door. It became blue. We wanted a window, a mailbox and what we in Iceland call “Gægjugat” (a small circle that makes it possible for you to see who is on the outside). We needed a handle to be able to open and close and finally a number. The number of our door is 23.

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We needed to decide if the decoration around the window should be symmetrical and if so how? We used a mirror to help us out.

 

Here is our final outcome.

Bees go through the Secret Door

Bees enjoy the topic of doors, and beside discovering its shapes and types – have lots of fun uncovering various places hidden by “The Secret Door“. Thanks to this application children visit places worldwide, describe various elements they can see by virtual walk.

They already walked in Colosseum (Rome), had a ride on the top of Swiss train, attended Japanesse parade and entered a theatre in Germany. Children were also in the restaurant on the roof and in a music store. You never know where these door let you go to.
You need to try it out!