Funny Faces at Seafield Gardens

We couldn't help but be inspired by the beauty around us.

Making funny faces was certainly fun, but there was so much learning behind them.

  • Bits were collected, moved, combined, lined up, redesigned and taken apart before being put back together to make different faces.

  • Imagination, curiosity and creativity motivated the gathering of twigs, leaves, bark and fir cones to build the faces.

  • At the same time hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, concentration, problem solving, and language and vocabulary were developed, along with some maths.

Wow, what an amazing funny face!