The intention of this activity was for the children to be able to use their language skills to identify their facial features, for exmaple, two eyes, hair colour. This was implemented by a teacher sitting with the children and offering them a mirror to identify their facial features when asked e.g. where are your eyes? The children would then use different coloured paints to paint a picture of their face. This has impacted the children’s development by allowing them to use their speech to talk about themselves and what makes them unique. Some children needed support to identify where their features where and to use singular words. However, some children extended the activity by talking about their features and the similarities and differences they have between their friends and their family.
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