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Monday, December 19, 2011

Exhibition in School-This time model of houses

Again, exhibition in my son's school. This time teacher told him to make model of different types of houses. Though I like making the models, this time, I was reluctant, because of two reasons. First one was, we had planned to visit our native, to attend a marriage, second, this model making requires lots of my time always :-). I informed his teacher, that he could not take part in exhibition this time, due to first reason.( Anyhow, any parent cannot tell the second reason  :-) But she didn't agree and told us at least to keep the model in the exhibition.
So went ahead making this model. 3-4 days of work, finally resulted something like this:













I made models of different types of houses, something to depict evolution of house and some special kinds of houses.
It starts from cave; I made this using Plaster Of Paris.


Then a mud house; again made with Plaster Of Paris

Then Villa, Bungalow and Apartments:


(Here I used , some readymade plastic models.)

And some special types of houses ;
Igloo:
Tent house
Boat house



This time my son helped me lot. Next time, he might not need my help, I think.
How fast the kids grow up! :-)

But as I said, he could not attend the exhibition to present this. We just kept the model in exhibition with his name plate on that: PRATARDAN   :-)


11 comments:

  1. Nyc work! I remember I made a chart showing all the different types of houses when I was in Class 2 with my mom's help. Your son is lucky to have a talented crafter like you as his mom. Great job! And all the best! :)

    Do chk my blog if you are free at http://antarik.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks , Antarik.
    I will definitely read your blog.

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  3. WOW Fantastic work-- I am so glad you shared this! I find very few Indian "mom" bloggers sharing school projects-- yours is fantastic.
    So sad your son couldnt show off his project in front of peers and parents
    Have become your follower.
    Cheers from Bangalore
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  4. Thanks, Dr.Sonia. Yes, he could not this time.

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  5. what a collection of houses splendid work
    anandhi

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  6. Wow Ranjana.....Great work. Loving your blog.

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  7. Beautiful work Ranjana...!! Love the igloo ( reminds me of the one we made for a school project) and the house boat... !! Also love the evolution theme... very explanative !!

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  8. Hi....very nice and creative work...but hw u made the land???

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