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Stickers – badges “our bicycle routes”

The number of bicycle routes in Poland is growing. You can choose between paths leading along rivers, such as the Vistula Cycling Route or the Oder-Nysa Trail running along the Polish-German border. You can drive along the Baltic coast or drive around the Tatra Mountains. There are also crazy ideas, such as crossing Poland along the 17th meridian by Mr. Marcin Jakub Korzonek. Many of the marked cycling routes have their own logo.

We encourage you to make stickers symbolizing each of the routes you have traveled on your own. By sticking them to the bike frame, you will create a chronicle of your travels.

Objective: Encouraging children to set out on bicycle routes.

Time: 20 minutes

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Materials

  • A4 white paper
  • markers
  • thick, transparent adhesive tape
  • baking paper
  • scissors
  • a cup (optionally: a compass, a set square, a block with a triangular or

    rectangular base)

Task flow

  1. Draw the shape of the sticker with a pencil on a white sheet of paper. To get a circle, we can use a cup or compasses. We draw a rectangle or a triangle with a set square or trace it from the blocks. We cut out the shape.
  2. Draw the invented logo in the selected shape.
  3. We put the logo on the baking paper and outline it with a margin of approx. 5-7 mm. We cut out the shape.
  4. Glue the transparent adhesive tape to the baking paper shape. If you don’t manage to cover the whole shape with it, join several strips of tape together so that they slightly overlap each other.
  1. Place the logo on the baking paper with tape and cover it with tape as well. Both layers will merge.
  2. Cut the tape to the desired shape.
  3. The sticker can be stuck on a selected surface, e.g. a bicycle frame, by pulling off the layer of baking paper at the back.
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The post was created as part of a project co-financed by Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt in cooperation with Naturschutzzentrum Oberlausitzer Bergland.

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