These self standing Scratch 3D Houses are fun way to explore suburbs, towns, city skylines and topics on self, community and home.
To use just scratch into the black coating with the included wooden tools to reveal the vibrant rainbow colours underneath. To assemble simply fold along the crease lines, tuck the flap in behind the overlapping edge and secure with tape (from the inside) – then stand.
The single Scratch 3D house design, includes pre-cut windows which can be opened up, while other details including additional windows and doors can be easily cut into the cardboard frame. Houses are 182mm high, 77mm wide, and are made from 250gsm card.
This pack includes 10 Scratch 3D Houses and 10 wooden scratch tools.
Elements of Art:
Scratch Shapes provide the ideal way for students to explore and develop the elements of line, pattern and shape. Lines are varied, they can be straight, curved, close together, form shapes, and used to create patterns.
1. Vary the thickness and direction of lines to create emphasis and movement
2. Repeat and combine different lines to create new symbols.
3. Combine line and shape to fill a background space.
4. Lines can be used to make shapes and type both geometric and organic.
5. Areas scratched out around and between shapes can be used to highlight positive and negative areas.
6 . A pattern is created when any mark or line is repeated. Patterns created from line and shapes can create the look of texture, such as scales on a reptile or pebbles on a pathway.