In this blog post we show you how to make model of school building with cardboard | DIY | 3d model
Creating a school building with a compound wall, plants, trees, and a play area using cardboard and color paper can be a creative and engaging project.
Let’s build a 3D model representing a school campus with these elements.
- Cardboard (for the base and structures)
- Color paper (for the buildings, plants, and play area)
- Glue or double-sided tape
- Markers or sketch pens
- Popsicle sticks (optional, for play area equipment)
- Small twigs or thin sticks (for trees)
- Cut a large rectangular piece of cardboard to serve as the base of the school campus.
- School Building:
- Cut pieces of cardboard to create the main school building and any other buildings you want to include (e.g., a classroom block or a library).
- Use color paper to cover the cardboard structures, representing the different parts of the buildings (e.g., doors, windows, roof).
- Attach the buildings onto the base using glue or double-sided tape to form the school campus.
- Compound Wall:
- Cut strips of cardboard to represent the compound wall around the school campus.
- Use color paper to cover the cardboard strips, giving them a brick or stone-like appearance.
- Attach the compound wall around the school campus using glue or double-sided tape.
- Plants and Trees:
- Use color paper to create plants and trees. Cut out leaf shapes and attach them to thin twigs or sticks to represent trees.
- You can also cut out smaller plants or shrubs from color paper and attach them to the base of the model.
- Play Area:
- Create a play area using color paper to represent grass or sand (depending on the play area surface).
- Use popsicle sticks to create play area equipment, such as swings, slides, and see-saws.
- Arrange the play area equipment on the color paper to complete the play area.
- Labeling and Details:
- Use markers or sketch pens to label different parts of the model, such as “School Building,” “Play Area,” “Trees,” etc.
- Add any other details you want to include, such as a school name, signs, or pathways.
- Decorating the Model:
- Use markers or color paper to decorate the buildings and add more details to the model.
- Draw or cut out small figures representing students and teachers to make the school campus come to life.
Now, you have a 3D model of a school building with a compound wall, plants, trees, and a play area made from cardboard and color paper. This model can be a creative and interactive way to showcase a school campus and its surroundings, allowing students to learn about different elements of a school environment in a fun and hands-on manner.
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