This picture represents repetition in the Principles of Design. Although the design is simple, the picture appears complex because of the exact similarity and precise positions of the lights. The lights seem as if they go on forever and ever.
Who: Julie Cockburn What: Manipulation of the human face. Masked portrait which cover the face and destroy the image. Why: I like this image because Julie Cockburn uses the faces and spends time manipulating the image with the face and creating a delusional image. - Ooh no this is interesting
Making potions is an all time favourite. and so easy to do, Plastic bottles and funnels and plenty of water and powder paint or food colouring. This activity can cover almost every area of development in the Eyfs. What would make it even more exciting is if it was cooked up in the mud kitchen!! Role play, counting, measuring, colour recognition, language development, explaining and planning what to do next, sharing and many many more great learning opportunities :) v x
This is a good example of RHYTHM because you can't really determine what's coming next because there isn't a pattern repeated throughout, such as scales. There is an obvious repetition of the rippled effect but it isn't predictable where it will end or begin. Since it isn't a continuous repetition throughout the design, it isn't a pattern. There isn't a fluid pattern, just repition of the same type of ripples.