Tires turned into agricultural ponds .. See what a teacher did in Mecca Bam

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He told Al-Sabq: An idea started during the Corona Stone … a project ready to be presented to “Education”

A teacher in Makkah transformed the yard of his house into agricultural ponds, through the car covers that he collects from Al-Banashir stores on a daily basis. He pointed out that it aims to protect the environment in the first place and benefit from waste in artistic and aesthetic works.

Bandar bin Saleh Hakami, one of the employees of the teaching of Makkah Al-Mukarramah, said in an interview with “Previously”: “The idea of ​​collecting tires began during the period of home quarantine due to the pandemic of the Corona virus, and its aim was primarily to teach my children how to take advantage of the materials of the consuming environment and turn them into paintings An artistic and aesthetic that can be used in the backyards of homes by rehabilitating these covers.

He added: “My project aims to conserve the environment in the first place and take advantage of this waste in aesthetic household works.” Noting that he cuts and folds the frame using the “missile” knife and automatic scissors, then paints it in consistent colors with his studio.

He pointed out, “Hakami”, a teacher of art education from the Ataba bin Ghazwan Elementary School in Makkah, that he collects these infidels from Al-Banashir stores and transports them in his own car, and then begins the process of cleaning and drying them for two days.

He indicated that he looked forward to seeing his project see the light, especially in schools and educational complexes in the boys and girls sectors. Pointing out that this measure will enhance the minds of male and female students to preserve the environment and accustom them to interest in recycling work of all kinds and benefit from it, and indicated that he is ready to submit this project to the Ministry of Education for study.







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Tires turned into agricultural ponds. Watch what a teacher did in Mecca at his home

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A teacher in Makkah transformed the yard of his house into agricultural ponds, through the car covers that he collects from Al-Banashir stores on a daily basis. He pointed out that it aims to protect the environment in the first place and benefit from waste in artistic and aesthetic works.

Bandar bin Saleh Hakami, one of the employees of the teaching of Makkah Al-Mukarramah, said in an interview with “Previously”: “The idea of ​​collecting tires began during the period of home quarantine due to the pandemic of the Corona virus, and its aim was primarily to teach my children how to take advantage of the materials of the consuming environment and convert them into paintings An artistic and aesthetic that can be used in the backyards of homes by rehabilitating these covers

He added: “My project aims to conserve the environment in the first place and take advantage of this waste in aesthetic household works.” Noting that he cuts and folds the frame using the “missile” knife and automatic scissors, then paints it in consistent colors with his studio.

He pointed out, “Hakami”, a teacher of art education from the Ataba bin Ghazwan Elementary School in Makkah, that he collects these infidels from Al-Banashir stores and transports them in his own car, and then begins the process of cleaning and drying them for two days.

He indicated that he looked forward to seeing his project see the light, especially in schools and educational complexes in the boys and girls sectors. Pointing out that this measure will enhance the minds of male and female students to preserve the environment and accustom them to interest in recycling work of all kinds and benefit from it, and indicated that he is ready to submit this project to the Ministry of Education for study.

August 02, 2020 – 12 Dhu al-Hijjah 1441

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He told Al-Sabq: An idea started during the Corona Stone … a project ready to be presented to “Education”

A teacher in Makkah transformed the yard of his house into agricultural ponds, through the car covers that he collects from Al-Banashir stores on a daily basis. He pointed out that it aims to protect the environment in the first place and benefit from waste in artistic and aesthetic works.

Bandar bin Saleh Hakami, one of the employees of the teaching of Makkah Al-Mukarramah, said in an interview with “Previously”: “The idea of ​​collecting tires began during the period of home quarantine due to the pandemic of the Corona virus, and its aim was primarily to teach my children how to take advantage of the materials of the consuming environment and convert them into paintings An artistic and aesthetic that can be used in the backyards of homes by rehabilitating these covers.

He added: “My project aims to conserve the environment in the first place and take advantage of this waste in aesthetic household works.” Noting that he cuts and folds the frame using the “missile” knife and automatic scissors, then paints it in consistent colors with his studio at home.

He pointed out, “Hakami”, a teacher of art education from the Ataba bin Ghazwan Elementary School in Makkah, that he collects these infidels from Al-Banashir stores and transports them in his own car, and then begins the process of cleaning and drying them for two days.

He indicated that he looked forward to seeing his project see the light, especially in schools and educational complexes in the boys and girls sectors. Pointing out that this measure will enhance the minds of male and female students to preserve the environment and accustom them to interest in recycling work of all kinds and benefit from it, and indicated that he is ready to submit this project to the Ministry of Education for study.

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