Papier mâché and the next generation

A few weeks ago I was asked to run a workshop in The Mo, Sheringham and so, after much papier mâché-ing, painting, cutting and sticking I was there Saturday ready to roll. I had several things for the children, plenty of marine critter shapes for the littlies to colour in, a seashore cut cutouts for the older children to create food webs on and boxes for them to guess the contents (they contained shells, sand, seaweed etc.). It was a really fun day but quite stressful leading up to it, especially trying to balance work, a social life and all the preparation needed! We made it onto the EDP website and you can see the report here, including a link to more pictures on the right hand side.


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