Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Face painting

 The end result of  face painting activity (often incompletely washed off by going home time) may look more like disaster than serious learning or great art, but time spent watching a group of children around the face painting table reveals another story.
Fine motor control, reflection, colour mixing, language development, social skills, self-confidence, turn taking, creative and imaginative skills, self care and awhi for others. Time at the face-painting table offers all of this and more.
Here Lily, Eva, Claire, Zach, Ruben, Lochie, Kafka and Tommy exhibit their careful work.

No comments: