Occasional boards and boards

Occasional boards and boards.

A board or board must first of all fulfill a function, have a specific purpose. Suppose, that the fourth-grade children are to make blackboards on a historical topic. Fourth grade children have great difficulty with lettering, so instead of hand-made crooked letters, you can use letters cut from some scripts. They can be cut out in rectangular fields and then arranged in an inscription observing ,,on the eye” spacing between letters (lights) and between individual words.

Articles, is it written, or cut out of newspapers, you can stick it on rectangles or squares in one or two colors, you can choose the appropriate illustrations for the text, some magazine reproductions, and put all these elements of the board on a larger sheet of paper or corrugated cardboard or on a fibreboard. Because we are making a historical board, we have to remember, that she should be calm. So we will place the inscription horizontally at the top, we will arrange articles and illustrations in this way, to keep horizontal and vertical lines, without any bevels, and that all elements of the newspaper together form a rectangle or square.

On a different topic, np. interesting relationship, happy trip, letters - also cut out from newspapers - can be of different colors and cut. Written text, always in rectangular columns, can be composed on a board with photographs, reproductions and pieces of colored rectangles or stripes, as long as you don't use too many colors. It's always better and easier to keep horizontal and vertical lines. We must remember this, that all compositions of vertical and horizontal elements evoke the impression of calm and balance, and compositions of diagonal elements give the impression of anxiety, movement, they are dynamic. How many diagonal directions are there in "The Battle of Grunwald” Jan Matejko.