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The purpose of a bell is to make noise. Bells clang out warnings of impending danger. Ocean coastline buoys are often fitted with a bell or gong to sound out when waves move the buoy. Water buoys are designed to warn seagoing craft to avoid the area, or at least be careful of sharp, shallow rocks and other dangers.
Wind chimes and idiophones are forms of bells that people attribute spiritual significance. Wind chimes can be considered as conduits of peace and freedom for both secular and religious purposes.
Security bells and alarms warn of possible house and business burglaries. Some people use bells to announce dinner, supper or to call party goers to the barbecue.
Paper bells make no noise but can bring squeals of delight. Make folding bell ornaments to hang from tree branches to blow in the wind. Tape to a window pane, anywhere bright colorful decorations are desired. Construct a large paper wall-tree with shades of green construction paper, or draw a large tree format on a sheet of easel pad paper to tack onto a wall or other flat surface. Great patterns for hobby crafts like scroll saw, clay, paper mache and shrink art jewelry. Make 3-D Bells: Print and decorate two identical bells and join them to for a festive multi-sided bell ornament.
Get back to the basics in education of paper folding with these easy and fun patterns specially made for children. Celebrate May Day, Easter, Christmas or any holiday with elementary folding.
The bell was probably invented because people got tired tired of having to blow horns, wave flags, yell and jump around to get attention. All bells have clappers, a dangling piece that hangs inside the chassis and hits the inside of the bell when the object is rocked back and forth. How many inventions can you think of that are designed solely for the purpose of making a noise?
Types of bells might include percussion instruments such as party clappers, wind chimesand gongs, which are flat metal discs that sound like a bell when struck by a mallet. Gongs are East and South East Asian musical percussion instruments.
Wind chimes and idiophones are forms of bells that people have attributed with spiritual significance and considered conduits of peace and freedom for both secular and religious purposes.
These bell images can make cute ornaments hanging on a tree or in a window, or anywhere bright colorful decorations are desired. Construct a large paper wall-tree with shades of green construction paper, or draw a large tree format on a sheet of easel pad paper to tack onto a wall or other flat surface. Great patterns for hobby crafts and making shrink art jewelry.