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Creativity Medals

By Jan Miller

Jan Miller is an Art and Design Technology teacher and magazine editor with 25 years' experience. In this resource, Jan demonstrates the process of creating imaginative and unique medals using recycled materials.

 

Making medals out of recycled materials by Jan Miller


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“The sentiment behind this resource idea is lovely and it provides an opportunity to really develop some fine motor skills as well as independence of approach. Taking ownership of the medal design means the sense of achievement is heightened beyond the children just being given one. You can really imagine the positive energy that would surround this activity within a classroom, with each child working on a shared project but embarking on their own creative journey.”  – Rachel, AccessArt

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