Face Time

Face Time

This week we have been interested in how children process simple shapes and recognise them as features. For example using a triangle as a roof or using circles as faces or eyes. This focus is based around using loose parts and open ended materials which encourage the children’s imagination and thinking skills.

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Using artist images and collaged pieces we have discussed with the children about everything that makes up a face. It is amazing how children can relate to very minimalistic representation and not worry about the missing detail as maybe an adult would.

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