Painting with the Nose: a Different Way to Paint

I morro of pride when I see Carol and Gabi proposing activities to do with me. The youngest, the other day, looked to a cork and said, “mom, let’s make an art out of it?”. Carol already now and say you had an idea for the Tempojunto. One of them was to invent a different way of painting: with the nose!

The necessary elements to stimulate creativity

Live getting emails and comments from people asking for help to get the kids in front of the screens. Truth be told: my two daughters wear enough technology. Neither I nor Patcamargo found that the screens are the end of the world. They came to be and what we need is to find the balance.

However, when the person asks me for help, my focus becomes constructive tips and the first question that I do is if the House provides stimuli to the child has other interests. And I don’t mean by a sea of toys, but the necessary elements to stimulate creativity (including getting the right types of toys to the challenges of each age group).

Among these elements highlight the freedom to explore the House and a closet with materials that children can use to develop your projects.

The activity today is an example. When Carol asked me what I thought of painting with his nose, my first reaction was to say it was very creative and suggest that she paint in the bathroom box. Gabi soon found himself included, and the two were picking up the paint that would like to use.

They were clothes because I told you I was going to take a picture for the blog. If not for that, they might be more comfortable still.

Carol was the first to try such a painting with his nose.

As the older sister is always example, Gabi wanted to imitate her.

Can I talk to? They loved the freedom. Of course the thing evolves, and in no time his hands were in use as well.

In the end, the wall was dirty and I ended up proposing a challenge:who could wash the part of your wall better and faster. The two were taking buckets and sponge and bath turned a blast! Carol was the top of the wall and Gabi with the bottom part. I didn’t take pictures of this part because, after all, was the shower, right?

And you? Like this different way of painting? Will say that moments like this will not stay forever in life?

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