Creating art with found objects
If natural items are not available, store bought items can be used as a substitute (e.g. toothpicks, bottle tops, buttons), Can use a large piece of blank paper as a backdrop, Empty photo frame (frame only, no backing or glass), Camera
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The activity incorporates physical activity during the process of collecting and returning natural objects.
The Early Years Learning Framework has been designed for use by early childhood educators working in partnership with families, children’s first and most influential educators. View PDF
Principle 1: Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships. Through a widening network of secure relationships, children develop confidence and feel respected and valued.
Practice: Holistic approaches. They recognise the connections between children, families and communities and the importance of reciprocal relationships and partnerships for learning. They see learning as a social activity and value collaborative learning and community participation. An integrated, holistic approach to teaching and learning also focuses on connections to the natural world.