What is it? For the first time an advent-calendar appeared in European countries, later it was used in America. In Ukraine, such a calendar is just beginning to become popular. The idea of the emergence of a special calendar is intended for children, it shows the remaining days before Christmas. The main essence of the calendar is that the child is waiting for Christmas, every day opens a new window with the number of the coming day and receives a small gift or a sweet surprise. Initially, the calendar was calculated from December 1 to December 25, because in Catholic countries Christmas is celebrated on December 25. And in Orthodox countries, the New Year is first celebrated, because of this, the number of days in the adventure has increased. There are different calendars for 31 days (all of December), for 13 days (from December 19 to December 31) and even for 38 days (from December 1 to January 7). You can choose for yourself any, the main thing is to turn the expectation of holidays into an unusual fairy tale. What are they doing? Today you can find a large number of advents performed on the Internet from a variety of materials.A calendar can be made from anything, such as felt, plastic cups or socks for children, envelopes, cardboard or boxes, matchboxes, paper, children's gloves, even cups, gift bags and small bags, etc.Following the photos - bend the corner of the square to the desired point, perform it with the remaining three corners and get the construction,as in the photo.
Master class! I am pleased to offer you an interesting master class of the Advent calendar with step-by-step photos, which will be valid for 13 days, from December 19th - on St. Nicholas Day to December 31st - the onset of the New Year celebration.The basic design will be made of colored cardboard, each box will be numbered and decorated with a picture with a Christmas theme. So that the countdown of days was even more interesting, I attach a list of tasks for the child for all 13 days at the end of the MC. . Material.In order to make a calendar with your own hands, you need: - ruler; - pencil; - scissors; - colored thick cardboard (A 4); - glue, double-sided tape, brush; - glitter, tinsel; - pictures with new year's theme; - christmas balls (small); - narrow ribbon; - otherlittle things for decoration. II. Making boxes calendar.One finished box consists of 2 parts - the top and bottom. To connect the two halves it is necessary to accurately calculate their size. One box, which will close the other should be more, how to calculate it, read on. For example, now we will make the smallest box, one part is made from a square with sides of 10 cm, and the other - 10.4 cm. Each subsequent box will be larger by 1 cm or 0.5 mm, and so up to 21 cm, to. this is the largest square that can be obtained from sheet A 4. Boxes in this Advent calendar are of different sizes, but you can make them the same, any variations are possible. And so, first we will draw on a colored cardboard a square with sides 10 cm and hold two diagonals.Then we wrap the corners of the square to its center - the intersection point of the two diagonals.We get the construction, as shown in the photo.
Master class! I am pleased to offer you an interesting master class of the Advent calendar with step-by-step photos, which will be valid for 13 days, from December 19th - on St. Nicholas Day to December 31st - the onset of the New Year celebration.
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