Sticker art

Richard is creating! He's got a paper and some stickers and takes his time deciding where each and every sticker should go. Suzanne sits close by and offers encouragement and feedback. Open-ended art experiences like this provide children with the opportunity to make decisions and express themselves in a unique way. This type of activity should be part of each day for toddlers.

Featuring:
Suzanne
Richard (2 years, 2 months)

Child-care centre: Kari's Home Daycare

Date and Time: May 14, 2010, morning

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