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I'm not really sure where to put this post but I've finally settled on this forum!

 

Today the children (2yr's old) have done some beautiful mark making, on a large roll of paper on the floor, they've used different pens, pencils, crayons and it looks really striking.

 

I've decided I'm going to put it up on a display board as the backing paper and then stick on some photo's I took whislt they were doing the activity and write some captions about what they learnt as they did this process. (Hope that makes sense)

 

I can't think of a catchy title though, I was just going to put "our mark making" or similar but it's a bit....blah! The display is going in the corridor, more for the parent's benefit really to show them what their child is learning/getting out of "just a few scribbles on some paper" as they some of them see it. Can anyone think of a title?

 

Thanks in Advance.

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Does it need a title? If you have photo's and captions to explain what was happening it will speak for itself? I've not put a title on our currant bun display which is a similair type of display because of this but I have added the relevant statement for EYSF in a framed box instead.

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There was another thread recently started by someone who needed a title for a parent/child session about mark-making and lots of good ideas were suggested....if I was clever enough I'd do a link but I'm not. Search under "Mark-making" and it should come up..or someone who IS clever might do you a link..... :o

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Not quite writing but beautiful quotes none the less

 

 

 

"The essence of drawing is the line exploring space." ~ Andy Goldsworthy

 

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see." ~ Edgar Degas

 

"A line is a dot that went for a walk." ~ Paul Klee.

 

"Fill a space in a beautiful way" ~ Georgia O'Keeffe

 

"Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing." ~ Camille Pissarro

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