Nature objects self portrait

Alice barbero
Nature objects self portrait

Portrait with nature items

During September we have been working on recognizing parts of the face and names. Using different techniques: puzzle with the children’s picture, color on their photo with oil pastels, trace with markers, place parts of the face on the flannel and this last week picture frame with natural objects.This activity promotes many learning opportunities such as: self identity, identity of others, increasing vocabulary, fine motor skills, problem solving and facial spatial awareness.


Media:picture frame, natural material, clear glue, markers, crayons.

Technique: glue items from nature in a picture frame.

Objective:develop fine motor skills, spatial and self awareness

Reflection: A child's self-portrait it’s very important activity because can help us to observe many things. As with any drawing, it shows the development of a child's fine motor, focus and observational skills, it also can give insight into a child's self-concept. It help us as teachers, to see a child through that child's own eyes.

Nature objects self portrait
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Nature objects self portrait
September 12, 2021
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