Mosaic tinkering - complementary set
Mosaic pictures are individual gifts
This school mosaic will inspire your class. From the first grade level, the school mosaic promotes fine motor skills. Working requires attention, concentration and patience. Nevertheless, the children are with a lot of joy. Whether for the school bazaar, for Mother's Day or Christmas - each child creates a great picture with great fun. And the admiration of parents and colleagues is sure to your class. The school mosaic Byzantic is the ideal addition to the craft set for school classes.
The school mosaic Byzantic illustrates many topics in the classroom
The colorful mixture of color-coordinated stones is also versatile in secondary education. If ancient times, the Romans or handicraft techniques are discussed in history lessons, the children can make a small school mosaic themselves. In art lessons, the effect of different color combinations can be tested on a motif.
The school mosaic Byzantic supplementary set consists of:
- 2x 200g mosaic stones Byzantic in the size 1x1cm
- 4 wooden boards 10x10cm
- 4 cups for grouting or stones
- 3 sponges for grouting
- 1 glue 40ml
Mosaics are ancient art techniques
Mosaics are works of art. The term mosaic is related to "Musa" and "museum". And those who have seen the world-famous mosaics of Ravenna know the power this wall and ceiling design can develop. Even the ancient Greeks knew various stone mosaics as floor and wall decoration. The Romans spread and developed this technique in their empire. One of the most important finds is the mosaic of Alexander the Great in Pompeii. If one wanted to reproduce the approximately 3 x 5 meter mural today, several mosaicists would be busy for an entire year.
Mosaic art is up to date
Since the 19th century, mosaic art has been alive again as an independent art in architecture. Perhaps you spot a wall or floor mosaic at your school building or in your town? Go on a journey of discovery with your class! The motivation for a self-made school mosaic will be all the greater!
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