Çin’in ilk imparatoru Qin Shi Huang’ın devasa mezarında MÖ. 221 yılına tarihlenen insan boyutlarında 8000 pişmiş toprak asker. İlk İmparator’un mezarını koruması için yapılan Terrakota Ordusu, 1974 yılında bulunmuştu.
In the enormous grave of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, 8000 terracotta soldiers dated to 221 BC. The Terracotta Army was found in 1974.
The Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. It is a form of funerary art buried with the emperor in 210–209 BCE and whose purpose was to protect the emperor in his afterlife....
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The first Emperor, Emperor Qin, created a 8000 plus army in 210 BCE to guide him to Heaven.
Discovered recently, 1974 by farmers, the Terracotta Army is especially fascinating, each Terracotta warrior is distinctly unique and each warrior is not like any other.
Multisensory integration in learning is known to enrich the development of thought, intelligence, and social skills. It gives a child more than one way to make connections and learn concepts. Especially in preschoolers who have not fully developed all their senses, multisensory learning can improve concentration, memory, creativity, and communication.
Here are some multisensory learning ideas:
1. Sing Songs. If you want your young ones to learn a lesson, put it to music.
This is our favorite alphabet song in you tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei0iFs5uF6w. It is a jolly phonics song that teaches long and short vowel and consonant sounds. It also has action ideas to follow with. 2. Read Alphabet Books. A picture can communicate a thousand words. Merge a visual with song or story. 3. Sand Paper Letters and Numbers. When you use these sandpaper letters and numbers, you are teaching them 3 things: the shape of letters, the feel of its shape and how its written, and how you pronounce its sound. The more the sensory experience, the comprehensive learning and understanding. 4. Alphabet and Number Puzzle: Alphabet and number puzzle not only exercise children’s minds but also challenge their way of thinking. It develops their cognitive skills as they understand the step by step manner to create a forms. 5. Nature. Nature is an open-ended laboratory. As we integrate nature to learning, it stimulates all the senses. Interacting with nature allows children to learn by doing and experiment with ideas. And also, it promotes exercise as they walk and explore.
Fabulous evening with fabulous people.
Pop art at its best.
Celebrating the amazing work of Mr Marty Thornton with Paul Freud (Lucien) Jo Wood, Jason (Big Fun) Miss Kearney and the gang.
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#cartier @cartier #rolex#lv#ronaldmacdonald#desperatedan @louisvuitton #terracottaarmy thanks #formans for the hospitality.
Being tourists and visiting the Terracotta Army - 8000 life-sized sculptures built to protect Emperor Qin Shi Huang (the first emperor of the first unified dynasty of Imperial China) in the afterlife. To say that seeing this in person was breathtaking would be an understatement! #terracottaarmy#xian#china