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Transcript of Paper Mache
You can do really awesome things with paper mache
Did you know that in 1800 an Irish man called Issac Weld from County Cork made a boat from papier mache. And he sailed on the Lakes of Killarney in it.
Did you know in 1833 Charles Frederick Bielefeld built ten prefabricated cottages and a ten roomed villa which he transported all the way to Australia! This “instant village” was designed to be assembled in just four hours for a client and his party to occupy on arrival.
Now that we now a little about the past... how do we still use paper mache today?
Masks have been made from paper mache since Paleolithic times... about 2.6 million years ago.
A paper mache church was built in Norway and survived 37 years before finally being demolished.
For this project, you
will need to be in groups
of 2 or 3. You will have only
5 minutes to form your groups.
Here are some facts about paper mache
With your table, try to think of at
least 3 ways we still use
paper mache today... you have 3 minutes......
And you may begin!