Pom Pom Art

While I attend Ladies’ Bible Class each week, the girls are part of a group of children that play, do art activities, exercise, play games, and just generally enjoy being around each other. This last week, the kids were given liquid glue, construction paper, and tons of pom poms. They came up with some fun little designs.

miss-e-pompoms
miss-j-pompoms
miss-l-pompoms
Freedom from instruction allows their minds to work in ways we cannot imagine. That freedom is needed for their minds to stretch and grow and make connections. I love giving the girls the freedom to do whatever they fell like, which is the reason we keep tons of craft materials around. (Remember our Kids’ Craft Box? We have replenished it several times.)

What materials do you keep around for the children to freely use?

At Home.

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One thought on “Pom Pom Art

  1. Annette Tinholt Vellenga September 16, 2016 at 8:58 pm Reply

    I love the work they did. I have an extensive craft, rummage through area.. takes up way too room… but provides us with needed supplies when we well.. need them! 🙂

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