This idea really helps you look at shapes in the world around you and turn them into movements and pictures. Use your finger in the air to trace a line around the furniture, or a tree, explaining as you go: "That's the top, now down the side" etc.
Episode 5: Across Art Forms, Across the Curriculum with Brian Hartley
Creative Skills Manager Heather Armstrong spoke with Brian Hartley, a multi-disciplinary artist who has led Creative Skills sessions in visual art, photography and movement. They talk about using different art forms together and across the curriculum, modelling confidence and learning alongside children.
Wee Inspirations are are ideas you can send to the families you work with, or use in your setting. If you want to access all the Wee Inspiration idea cards, head to the main Wee Inspirations webpage.
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