Self Portraits using loose parts

Making self portraits from loose parts. Translated from Dutch: "this was an introduction game, we made self portraits from loose parts and then we tried to guess who was who".

After going for a walk through the woods, the children were encouraged to make a self portrait with all the nature treasures that we collected. We used a nice sturdy paper and glue it with tacky glue.

After going for a walk through the woods, the children are encouraged to make a self portrait with all the nature treasures that they collected. We can use a nice sturdy paper and glue it with tacky glue.Enhances creativity and nature awareness.

Natural resource creation at Tu Tamariki - Play Based Learning (",)

a bath mat stops loose parts moving around - Natural resource creation at Tu Tamariki - Play Based Learning (",)

Natural resource creation at Tu Tamariki - Play Based Learning (",)

a bath mat stops loose parts moving around - Natural resource creation at Tu Tamariki - Play Based Learning (",)

Mirrors & loose parts

Mirrors & loose parts can provide a pleasing environment to begin a school day (Via The Inspired Child)

Making Faces. Loose parts in the finger gym.

Using natural and recycled materials, students have expressed creativity and visual representations of various emotions and facial expressions.

Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Dragons and Castles

Pattern Making Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Wouldn't this be an engaging provocation.

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Reggio inspired mirrors and loose parts and the benefits of playing with loose parts.

Exploring loose parts: working with pattern and design. The mirror allows the child to explore concepts of symmetry {from One Perfect Day} Emilia emilia ideas classroom art

Exploring Reggio Series: Making faces - Using natural playdough and interestingly textured loose materials, we explored faces. {from An Everyday Story}

Making Faces: Playdough Self Portraits

Self-awareness practice: Exploring Reggio Series: Making faces - Using natural playdough and interestingly textured loose materials, we explored faces. {from An Everyday Story}

Line Designs and Loose Parts from Rachel (",)

Lots of Lines

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