Saturday, April 6, 2013

Printing Over and Over Again

 

Repetition is how children learn. When children ask to do a certain activities and movement over and over again, the task becomes easier and they learn to master the skill.

The children asked to paint with homemade stamps again. This time we tried something new, we dipped string into some liquid watercolor and made “curly prints”.

To support the children's new discovery, we will be printing with different strings and ropes on Monday.

Repetition supports learning!

 

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3 comments:

  1. Hi! I just discovered your blog on Pinterest. I love this idea! Repetition is so important for little learners! I would love for you to link up with us in Share It Saturday. We get lots of creative and fun ideas linked up each week and this post (and others, I am loving looking around your blog!!) would fit right in! I hope you can join us :) http://www.sugaraunts.com/2013/05/share-it-saturday-20-and-our-week-in.html
    Colleen at www.sugaraunts.com

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