Research and analysis

Inspiring children's creativity with art

Ofsted good practice example showing how a childminder gets children to enjoy experimenting with art.

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Childminder 105401 - Good practice example.doc

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Children benefit from opportunities to be creative, to express their imagination and to stimulate their senses. This childminder successfully enables children to enjoy experimenting with different types of art, textures and materials to expand their knowledge, interests and curiosity.

Published 14 March 2012