Tiny Library

The children of room 2 at the Thompson building have been studying construction and tools. With this, they have begun to explore the construction of “tiny libraries” throughout their community. Miniature libraries such as these allow freedom for people, especially children, in the community to borrow, replace, and add new literature for others to experience. This makes for a new, exciting, ever changing experience for those involving themselves with the libraries! In support of all of this, children were presented with a multi-media provocation with the intention of using learned knowledge to design and visualize what our own tiny library would look like. Water color, pastel, drawing pen, and photography were all used in this collaborative effort.

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