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Holyrood Pavilion

8 Holyrood Street

West Leederville, WA 6007

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The Stone Age refers to the earliest period of human culture. It was the time when ancient humans used weapons and tools made from stone. The period started when our ancestors made the first stone tool, about 3.4 million years ago. The last stage of the Stone Age was when people discovered farming and life became more systematic. Pots and pans were made out of clay. Large scale buildings were built. Stone walls and straw roofs were common.

Our creative sessions are about expression, exploration, and discovery. We use renowned painters, award-winning books, antique cultures, other countries traditions or specials materials to provoke children and invite curiosity. Our goal, however, is not for every child to bring home a work based on a similar template. This creative session is about the individual exploration, not about the final product.

We prepare an adequate space with plenty of selected and quality resources that stimulate children creativity. Our learning stations are carefully prepared, and each element is included on purpose to facilitate exploration and discovery. Children will manipulate a different range of paints, tools and other materials to create their own masterpieces. They can work with sensorial materials, such as our light table or natural boxes, or access other areas which are all embedded within our theme for the session.

We will start with a short introduction to our session, our spaces, and materials. Then children can explore the materials, learning by doing, moving throughout the room, and interacting with one another. Our role as a facilitator of learning should serve as guide to the children, listen and pose questions, and encourage participation.

This event is part our Explorers series.

FREE parking voucher.


AGE

4-7


THE EXHIBITION

In every session children may participate in a collaborative artwork. It fosters the sense of a community and teaches children about team working.

At the end of the year with all our collaborative projects, THE BLUE BOX organizes an exhibition. The name of the children will be linked to the masterpiece and they will receive a certificate of collaboration in its creation.


THE PRICE INCLUDE

– Access to THE BLUE BOX environment for up 60 minutes

– All equipment and materials

– An environment developed by early childhood education experts

– Facilitator intervention to encourage children to join the activities


Outdoor area available for parents. You also have coffee, tea, and fruit available for a gold coin donation.

Please note that a minimum of 4 children is required to run this program. If the program needs to be canceled, a full refund will be given.


DISCOUNT

There are discounts available for siblings, BLUE LAB families, and term program enrolments. If this is your case, please contact us to get a discount coupon.


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