I can remember back when Roo was in pre-school and she would bring back all manner of arts and crafts. Often when the children were given free time to chose what they wanted to do she would go off and create some new masterpiece to bring home.
One of my parenting regrets is that I never really captured those masterpieces. I never captured how she transformed from sticking tape on a piece of paper (what is it with children and sticky tape?) to the wonderful drawings that she creates now. With Tigger having just started a pre-school I thought that this would be the perfect opportunity to start a set of Children’s Artwork capture posts. Showcasing the good, the bad and the ‘ooh that’s erm lovely darling‘ masterpieces that are brought home from pre-school, school, crafts that we have completed at home or when out and about on our travels.
So here we are post number one…
Tigger brought this little masterpiece home on Monday and I have to say, I was really quite impressed. Tigger generally is not a creative child, preferring to play with his cars and trains over drawing and colouring so it is really nice to see that the pre-school are getting him to try out new activities.