Continuing with our creation studies, we created a creation wheeler from a paper plate. Instead of drawing the steps of the 7 days of God's creation, we used old magazines to make a collage. My son went pursued the magazines and cut the images we needed to demonstrate the things were created, for example: the sun, fish, plants, animals, man, the moon, stars, and water.
Materials: 2 paper plates, magazines, glue, string and bottom.
1st: Make a circle in the middle of the plate and divide it in 7 parts. In the circle part write: day 1, day 2, day 3, day 4, day 5, day 6 and day 7.
2nd step: Start glueing the pictures that represent each day that was created.
3rd step: After gluing the pictures, write the happenings God created: day 1: light and dark; day 2: sky and water; day 3: plants and land; day 4: sun, moon and stars; day 5: birds and fish; day 6 animals and man; day 7: rest.
4th step: take the second plate and write creation, and also cut 2 inches going on a inclined direction.
5st step: Make a hole with a pencil on both plates. Pass a string along the bottom, then through the plates. Tie a knot on the bottom of the plate.
Your wheeler is ready to spin and going around the creation circle.
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