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DETHJUNKIE*

DETHJUNKIE*

One of the last great barely known wonders of the ancient world is a Stonehenge-like monument sitting atop Israel’s Golan Heights. Called Gilgal Refaim in Hebrew (The Circle Of The Refaim or “Wheel of the rafaim”). It is one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in the world. The monument consists of five concentric stone rings whose diameter is155 meters.

One of the last great barely known wonders of the ancient world is a Stonehenge-like monument sitting atop Israel’s Golan Heights. Called Gilgal Refaim in Hebrew (The Circle Of The Refaim or “Wheel of the rafaim”). It is one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in the world. The monument consists of five concentric stone rings whose diameter is155 meters.

Using pearle 8 cotton thread to quilt 3 concentric circles inside the circles and then two lines of quilting to highlight the "diamonds" in-between the circles...  Not the best picture, but you get the idea!  blogged here

Using pearle 8 cotton thread to quilt 3 concentric circles inside the circles and then two lines of quilting to highlight the "diamonds" in-between the circles... Not the best picture, but you get the idea! blogged here

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Optical Illusions: Sight-based illusions

Optical Illusions: Sight-based illusions

Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school!

Icebreakers that Rock

Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school!

All kids get a square drawing sheet of 21 by 21 cm. On this sheet they draw concentric circles with a compass. The eyes of the circles always have to be at the edge of the sheet. The circles are coloured with markers of colour pencils in maximum 5 colours.  When ready, cut the drawing in four squares of 10,5 by 10,5 cm. By rotating the four parts, a beautiful composition can be made. Paste those four pieces on a coloured background, leaving 1,5 cm between the squares.

All kids get a square drawing sheet of 21 by 21 cm. On this sheet they draw concentric circles with a compass. The eyes of the circles always have to be at the edge of the sheet. The circles are coloured with markers of colour pencils in maximum 5 colours. When ready, cut the drawing in four squares of 10,5 by 10,5 cm. By rotating the four parts, a beautiful composition can be made. Paste those four pieces on a coloured background, leaving 1,5 cm between the squares.

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Like this alot, the colours and the circle composition.

Like this alot, the colours and the circle composition.

Me on the Map... way easier than the circles, especially since I have 23 kids! @Brooke Frye @Sammy Templin

Me on the Map... way easier than the circles, especially since I have 23 kids! @Brooke Frye @Sammy Templin

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