I introduced polar bears, seals and mythological animals, and challenged the children to make homes for them out of paper. My intention was to extend the possibility of interactive play with and within the white paper sculpture.
|A. decides to give the space castle walls|
|Experimenting with different ingredients to make fake snow.|
|T. makes a lift and creates a pulley system|
|Making a first Christmas scene|
The children have shown great focus and developed fine motor and creative skills
as they make, decorate and wrap in the studio.
|Making invitations for the Winter Party|
|Collaboration and friendship|
|Happy 6th Birthday|
|Making bread for tomorrow morning’s snack|
|Afternoon atelier with Cindy|
|Painting to instrumental music|
|Max’s mummy talks to us about expecting a baby|
|A great audience for the dance and gymnastic display|
|Adding extra layers and depth creates interesting results with the projector|
An original idea that inspired others
B. and D. want to write the names of all their friends.
|Ruth makes her family|
|Working together to add eyes is detailed work|
|Decorating the boat which becomes a new element in imaginative play|
We have been enjoying a wonderful atmosphere, and look forward to sharing it with you at the party on Wednesday.