SCALE MODEL MAKING CLASS

PRESENTED BY

ROBERT STUARD

This is an example of how students pay attention to the smallest details.  The practice of patience and concentration is exhibited here

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This student actually recreated a scale model of his grandfather’s gas station.  Look at the detail and realistic representation used in this model. Take note of the telephone wires, the poles and automobiles in the bay as well at the gas pumps.  All this was accomplished through a series of photographs that were in the family photo collection.

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Part of the original intent of this class was for the student to create an accurate representation of a Revolutionary or Civil War battle scene.  This of course exposed the student to the often disliked subject of History.  In order to factually represent the battle they were required to research the history of the battle.  Now some students have expanded to WWII as represented by the photo here.

If you are looking for an “Exploratory Class”, especially in the arts and technical areas, you will be interested in this class.  Here is an example of a beginner project.  Academic areas covered by this class is of course Math, Geometry, Art, Landscaping, Special Effects and a host of other subjects.

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This gives an example of the size of our projects.  Again the practice of concentration and patience is exhibited here.

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Advanced students are able to create delightful projects including nature.  Pay attention to the detail of the topography as well as the foam created where the waterfall meets the pond.  Your student will learn all the techniques to create these models.

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As you can see, this class offers a tremendous value to the life and experience of your child.  Also, do not forget the long term value of learning a new trade that can be used once the skills have been developed.  We cannot recommend this class any higher than we have, this is a class of utmost value and crosses many academic areas in the process.