A Dream in Ħaġar Qim

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Setting off on a journey of exploring the beautiful Maltese pre-history whilst relaxing to rhythmic music … Here is our first lesson through which we were inspired from the temples of Ħaġar Qim.

The children had a go at painting on newspaper, experimenting where to cover or where not to cover text, to hint out the conflict of prehsistoric and modern touch. Coffee, sea salt and sugar were added to the paints to add stone texture inspired by Morisot.

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About msbbuttigieg

I am a dynamic Early Years Teacher who is crazy about creativity and imagination, while giving direct experience to the children through involvement and participation. Although I teach the little ones, I also believe that they teach me their innocent and sweet basic life-lessons in return...there is so much to learn from a young child, who sees the world through a simpler and different lens than us adults! I am a qualified Early Years teacher, and have recently further my studies at the University of Malta after sitting for a B.Ed (Hons) in Early Childhood Education and Care.

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