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|A child explores paint using brushes and rocks WITH the freedom to make what inspires him! (No problem with paint on the table, floor, paint apron, brush handle in our Studio!)|
|Collecting nuts from around our yard and using fine brushes to paint each in a unique pattern!|
|Space! This child had plenty of floor space to construct with recycled materials.|
|Marble Painting is an alternative way to explore paint and inviting for those who are not keen on getting paint on their hands yet!|
|These 3 girls started a large painting project with the inspiration of RED!|
|Then it evolved into an outdoor painting with other children!|
|After many conversations about what to do with our large painting, we decided to glue things onto it!|
|Source out recycled materials to add a new way to explore everyday art mediums. Here we found some mesh and rubbed chalk on to it...it went through onto paper too which made a find 'misted' look!|
|Another child enjoying the space to work on her construction!|
|This child was curious to add paint to her hands while enjoying the easels outdoors.|
|Paper Mache without anything particular to create!|
|Drawing freely develops fine motor skills without frustration!|