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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP12 Apr 2019 3:54 p.m. PST

"When it comes to school projects, the diorama can be among the most difficult for kids. Sure, book reports are tough and macaroni art is no walk in the park, but building an entire world with nothing but some basic supplies and your own hands? That's intimidating. But Tom Doncourt insists it doesn't have to be.

An Exhibition Specialist at the American Museum of Natural History, Doncourt spends his days creating dioramas on the biggest stage of them all. He also teaches several "The Art of Diorama" classes for adults who want to up their shoebox skills. Basically, there's no one more qualified to share some advice. Doncourt gave Fatherly shared five simple, but effective tips for helping your kid make a diorama that will put the rest of the class to shame…."
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