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  • what do you need?
  • paper
  • non-breakable container with sides  (dishpan, cake pan, disposable casserole dish, etc.)
  • thin paint or ink
  • spoon
  • straws (bendable straws work best)
 What You Do:   
  1. if you can, place the paper into the container with sides. This helps control the extra paint that blows around.
  2. If using store-bought paint, you may wish to water it down a bit for easier mobility across the paper.
  3. Have your child choose a color and dribble a bit onto her paper.
  4. Give her a straw and let her experiment with blowing the paint around on the paper. Caution her against sucking in through the straw, though if you are using the homemade paint recipe below, it is perfectly safe.
  5. Continue adding colors until your child completes her masterpiece. Talk about what you see in the abstract design. What does the painting make her think of? Does it remind her of anything? Does she see shapes? Help your child give the painting a name, like many famous painters before her.
  6. Allow the painting to dry and then encourage your preschooler to sign her name in the bottom corner.

As an extension, share some of the artwork of Jackson Pollock with your budding artist. Have her guess the technique he used in his paintings. Here's the recipe for making your own paint

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1 juillet 2010 4 01 /07 /juillet /2010 18:57

There are many ways you can celebrate American Independence Day with crafts!

 

Independence day is a special day in the United States. On July 4th, we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress in 1776. Independence Day, often referred to as simply The Fourth of July, is celebrated in similar ways all over the United States.

 

Many people celebrate this day with red, white, and blue decorations and clothes; a fitting tribute to our grand flag. Another tradition on July 4th is fireworks. People use this special day as an excuse to gather with family and friends. You will find many people having picnics and BBQs. They gather in backyards, beaches, and parks all over the country

 

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1 juillet 2010 4 01 /07 /juillet /2010 17:34
 
The kids needslong and large  piece of paper taped to a table. This will be the road! Put some paint on a large tray. Using small toy cars and trucks, roll the toys into the paint on the tray and then they can drive them cars onto the paper road !!!
 
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1 juillet 2010 4 01 /07 /juillet /2010 16:52

 Some shaving cream has been put on  a tray and i have show the children how they can manipulate it. Lucie can Squeeze it, use a finger to draw a picture or write a name. She can  play and I have encourage her to be creative in what she was  doing.

This activity is beneficial in many ways. It is tactile stimulation, which is very good if  a childmine  has a hard time dealing with weird textures or doesn’t like getting things on their hands. Eventually the fun of playing with the shaving cream overcame the initial discomfort. This also encourages conversation and creative play. During creative play a child learns to distinguish between reality and imagination. They learn that they can make something look like something else, for example they can draw a picture of a flower in the shaving cream .It could be a good idea to try with real aerosol cream so they can eat it as well!

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24 juin 2010 4 24 /06 /juin /2010 14:26

Bedgebury National Pinetum and forest is the premier outdoor site in the Southeast of England. With nearly 10,000 trees and shrubs the Pinetum is the most complete collection of temperate conifers in the world, it is also an important site of ex situ conservation and a centre of excellence. The Friends are proud to support the Forestry Commission in their work.

 


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8 juin 2010 2 08 /06 /juin /2010 22:36

A vet surgery this morning at the ray allen center....What a good role play!

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8 juin 2010 2 08 /06 /juin /2010 22:21

A good  idea ! paint with a ball by putting a little paint onto paper and letting the children roll a ball  through the paint.  Put the paper in a container to keep the ball from rolling away. Bowling with bumpers, a small tee ball for toddlers, and buckets for balls are all good ideas for this theme. Renew the experiences with many little cars...photo blog 44

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8 juin 2010 2 08 /06 /juin /2010 22:09

I have just received a grant from kent county council to renew my ressources!here is our new lovely kitchen corner!2010-06-04

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