30.10.13

Photosynthesis School Project

Photosynthesis Chart
Dear friends these days most of the crafty stuff  I do with my 7 year old don't get posted on the blog as taking photographs is often such a chore ![Do you ever feel that way?] She was so proud of this particular 3 D chart on photosynthesis that I did snap a couple of pics before it was rushed off to school!
Photosynthesis School Project
My little one is allowed to use all my craft supplies for school projects and she really went to town using  die cut alphabets and glittery leaves!The Carbon dioxide , Oxygen and food molecules are thermocol balls!
Photosynthesis School Chart
We made a tree trunk  by rolling thick brown chart paper and sticking just the edges on to our chart paper
3 D Photosynthesis chart
Added a grassy border over the 3 D embossed tree trunk
3D Photosynthesis Chart
I didnt have the heart to say no when she raided my stash of quilled flowers!
Photosynthesis 3 D chart
They are learning about plant parts so we made a bunch of roots for our paper tree! Just posting this so that it may be of help for anyone contemplating a "plants themed " school project!
Supplies: Dies: provocraft leaves,Spellbinders Donna Salazaar Alphas,Cheery Lynn Olive branch negative,Cheery Lynn Grass,Itsy Bitsy Circle .Embossing Folder: Darice wood grain.

38 comments:

  1. Your little one is having such a great time with the learning process. How wonderful you let her use your crafting supplies. I'm sure it is so much more fun this way. Love that tree roots. :-)

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  2. Thank you so much Benzi...ha ha I dont let her use my supplies unrestricted..if I did it would be total chaos but for school projects she is allowed free access to pretty much everything!

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  3. She must be proud daughter!
    Loved your modern or I should say crafty presentation of photo synthesis!
    And pls say your daughter, i liked her Dasara vacation project - zardosi painting very much! (she has great inspiration at home)

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    1. Thank you so much Shilpa for taking the time to pen down such sweet words. Yeah she was indeed very proud of her project. I hear the glittery thermocol balls were a big hit with her class mates!!

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    2. And I am yet to frame her painting!!

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  4. Sonia , can you pls give me your email id, need some help for projects!
    my email id - nagaonkarshilpa2@gmail.com

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    1. Its soniasv@rediffmail.com .

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  5. Arey Wah! She has gone to town with her chart!! I kinda have that problem with Dhruv's charts. I don't know how to keep it simple. Everything has to be die cut and cameo cut and embossed and really over the top... But since little Chittu did this all herself, it's a different matter! Fantastic stuff!!

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    1. Sunehra once he is older he is going to command all your craft supplies and make what " he " wants!!

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  6. Fabulous project. You should be very proud of your daughter Sonia..Loz

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    1. thank you Loz...ha ha she is so proud of it herself!

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  7. Wonderful project, Dr. Sonia.. :)

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  8. Dr. Sonia...ur lil sweety is so talented...n one more thing i wanna say abt ur query that the silver ring i used was upcycled frm some ift pakage n that was not metal ...it was an elastic band in silver threads which i kept wid me to use n by luck i got a chance to use that around the heart.hope to ans ur query correctly.

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words Shalu and so clever of you to recycle unique stuff...it looked gorgeous

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  9. Holly molly she is one artistic little one, huh! She just has the perfect touch to all her details on this poster.... Well done....

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    1. Thank you so much Shirl..yeah unlike some little ones she knows when to stop!!!

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  10. wow!! she definitely has lot of ideas!! very nice one..
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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    1. Thank you so much Berina ..yeah the thermocol ball idea for the molecules was totally her brain wave!

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  11. Absolutely adorable!
    This is a family talent!
    Cheers!

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    1. Oooh you are so sweet Nagela

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  12. Oh wow, this is fabulous!! What an amazing chart!! I love the added roots!! The quilled flowers look so beautiful on the tree!! She did such a great job with this - she's so talented!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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    1. Thank you so much Lisa..yeah the embossing did add such a fab texture and appearance

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  13. Wonderful school project. Your daughter has good taste like you in the adding of all the embellishments.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Thank you so much Melissa...and now I am getting demands to quill flowers for her friends!!

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  14. GREAT project.............

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    1. Thank you so much for taking time to pen encouraging words Anuradha

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  15. Everything that you both do is just fantastic! And this reminded me of my school days :) !
    I loved the tree trunk,leaves and the quilled flowers look beautiful! :)

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    1. Thank you so much Ayushi...I hardly went to regular school in my childhood and doing such stuff for my daughter is a big learning experience for me!!

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  16. its awesome, she talented like her Mom !!!!!
    Paula

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  17. Yay Prisha! Your teacher will be blown away by your project.

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    1. Thank you so much Teresa.. actually the little classmates are the most appreciative ones!!

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  18. Your little one is quite talented, she obviously takes after her mother! Great project and well done!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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    1. oh that is so sweet of you Pam. A big hug!

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  19. Your daughters teacher must wait with anticipation each time she brings in a project. Amazing work.

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  20. Ha Ha I think her classmates pump up her morale quite a bit.

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  21. Good one....Loved it...

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