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Scratch-off illustrations for kids that reveal what things are made of after the top layer is removed

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Oct 13, 2021
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Illustrations for kids where they scratch off the top layer to uncover what things are made of.
Examples:
  • Biology; scratch off a person to reveal bones and organs underneath.
  • Car engineering; scratch off the hood to reveal an engine, scratch off a door to reveal the interior.
  • Rocket engineering; scratch the side of the rocket to reveal the propellant tanks.
Why?
  • Teach the kids that everything is made of smaller components.
  • Encourage their curiosity and exploratory spirit.
  • I imagine it would be a fun experience to discover what familiar things are made of. They would look forward to scratching the next one.
My 5 years old son came up with this idea and told me I can share it on the platform.
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Oct 13, 2021
It would be great if we could come up with a way for multiple layers to be scratchable, but only one level deep at a time.
Example:
  1. Scratching off the skin would reveal the blood vessels and muscles.
  2. Scratch that and you get bones underneath.
  3. Scratch that and you reveal the organs.
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic7 months ago
one way to do it is to have a transparent foil in between each layer. You have to peal off the foil to be able to scratch the next layer
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Spook Louw
Spook Louw7 months ago
This is a great idea, perhaps, instead of scratching off layers, layers could be slid off using the mechanics of a pop-up book. This way, images could be re-used and you will be able to have multiple layers on one image.
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