We explored colour mixing with coloured water concoctions on kitchen towels! They learnt about colours and made beautiful tie-dye patterns on the papers as a by-product, which are little art works in their own right.
We put about 1-2 cm of red, yellow and blue liquid food colouring into
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Today’s feature article is written by Melissa Taylor from the wonderful Imagination Soup! Enjoy! Ready to get out those gazillion plastic Easter eggs again? I love all the playful learning fun kids can have. And, the eggs are inexpensive, too. Bonus, right? We keep our plastic eggs out for
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Today’s feature article is from the fantastically creative Melissa at The Chocolate Muffin Tree! Enjoy! I’m happy to be guest posting here on one of my favorite blogs! It was difficult to decide on what to share, but Anna told me pretty much anything would do so…I decided to share some of our Blotto
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We’ve been exploring coloured light and shadows, along with some fun construction, with our latest Discovery Box! Pin It This was one of those typical you-know-you’re-an-early-years-teacher-when moments. If you work with young children, you will know exactly what I mean! I was walking the aisles of Sainsburys and stopped with two
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Create some beautiful artwork with kids by blowing colourful paint across the paper using straws! A wonderful activity for toddlers and older children with gorgeous, colour-blended, abstract results. We had a go at creating beautiful art work by blowing paint through straws! Straw Blown Paintings