A video about embroidery
Thanks to OML Embroidery
Draw the tools to learn their names.
An exampel of a very simple project in wood:
Thanks to Lowe's
Watch the movie and read about the global goal Responsible Consumption and Production.
Answer these questions:
What is the the Throw away culture to you?How can you help to stop it?What can your family do?How many items can you count that you know contains some part that is plastic from where you sit now?What do you think of that?How do you feel when you hear that you eat plastic via the food you are eating?
Thanks to Rory Moon, The Global Goals
A video about how fabric is made
Thanks to Ian Collier
To examine textile wood and metal, you need to examine the properties of each item. Hera is a video about properties:
Different properties can be found in different materials. Here is a link to Lets's talk science, a webpage that examines the properties of wood, metal, plastic, textiles, and so on. If you want to examine different fabrics, here is a webpage that explains hot to do it: How to check fabric composition
Thanks to Crash Course Kids, Let's talk science, and Eysan Fabrics.
Recycling in Sweden
Thanks to Sweden.se
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