April 7, 2020
Creating watercolours
You can easily create pigments for dyes or watercolours from scraps found in the kitchen such as onion skin, carrot, beetroot, orange peel, etc…. but you also can collect materials from the garden and explore the potential of leaves, flowers and grass cuts to make watercolours. You will need: • A handful of fresh natural...
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exploring garden child
Infants and toddlers thrive in any environment that provokes opportunities for sensory exploration. An example of how we implement this in our Fantail room is by exploring the natural wonders on offer in our garden. Here the children can encounter materials such as leaves, grass, flowers etc… to investigate and put their senses to the...
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