Curious bits & bobs
The Curiosity Approach is more than just beautiful play spaces… So grab a cuppa, settle down and delve deeply inside our articles...
Why not print them out and put them in your staff rooms...
Turn off the conveyer belt!
The Curiosity Approach philosophy believes in process art v products.
Allowing children to create their own Christmas cards or keepsake gifts. To follow their own thinking and to enjoy the process.
Stop the conveyer belt or carousels of children coming forward, ticked off a list.
Stop calling them over to complete your task!
Let's reconsider how we micro-manage activities and tasks. Who has chosen the outcome and the end result?
Please be mindful educators & consider-
If they aren't interested in participating, then please don’t pull them away from their play!
“Art is not the same for a child as it is for an adult. For a child, art is primarily a means of expression. “No two children are alike, and in fact, each
child differs even from his earlier self as he constantly grows, perceives, understands, and interprets his environment. “A child is a dynamic being;
art becomes for him a language of thought.”
(Lowenfield and Brittain, 1987)
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