Weekly Overview – Perspectives

For Infant, Toddler, Preschool/Pre-K, School-Age Families

The topic of Perspectives allows children to evaluate how we look at objects, our environment, and people in different ways. From taking different positions – up, down, over, under, near, and far, to thinking more abstractly about how others think and feel, this topic can take on many different forms; differentiated for the age and ability of each child. From Upside Down art for our youngest learners to the Parts of a Whole game for older children, there’s ample opportunity to develop social, emotional, and brain-building skills as we explore Perspectives!

Materials for This Week:

  • Cardboard
  • Camera (or camera feature on a smartphone)
  • Towel, sheet, or blanket

Materials from the General List:

  • Washable, non-toxic finger paint, tempera paint, or corn syrup colored with food coloring
  • Paper and construction paper
  • Paintbrushes or cotton swabs
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • Drawing and writing materials


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