We’ve been combining two activities from my book The Garden Classroom this week to create some beautiful autumn art. Taking the idea of leaf art and adding it to my Sticky Picture frames, here’s what we made.
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Combine natural, sensory materials, art, math and a little meditation and make some pretty flower mandala designs.
Flower mandala designs for children
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“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” So said William Morris, and this flower number line scores full marks, being a a great way for children to learn about number patterns and relationships – and also looking absolutely lovely! Here’s how to make one, and how to play some number line games.
Flower number line games
For the third idea in our ABCS and 123s letter and math activities series, please welcome Barbara from Art Bar who is sharing a beautiful way to combine art and math: making shape collages.