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Creative Works at Funimfundo Pre-School

Over the past few weeks we have explored the theme of working with every day, recyclable material with the grade R class at Funimfundo Pre-School.    We have used newspaper sheets for movement activities, folding items and crumbling balls for ball play and we have created interesting ...

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Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop | October | Maboneng

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop | October 2017 | Maboneng Facilitated by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner and Khosi Radebe Date: 12th & 13th October 2017 The movements workshop was facilitated as a project by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner in collaboratio...

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Creative Workshops now also offered in Masakhane, Gansbaai

We have expanded the reach of our Creative Workshops in Stanford to include the Masakhane community near Gansbaai.    Masakhane is a township of about 12 000 residents, most of them originating from the eastern Cape. In the beginning of 2017 we started to offer our Early Learning Prog...

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Phillippa Yaa de Villiers – ice-cream headache in my bone – Book Launch / 30th September, 2017 / David Krut Bookstore

Award-winning South African writer and performance artist Phillippa Yaa de Villiers celebrates the launch of her new poetry compilation “ice-cream headache in my bone”. Joined by fellow acclaimed local poets and academics; Poet Laureate Keorapetse Kgositsile, Myesha Jenkin...

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SIXTH YOUNG HUSTLA ENTREPRENEURSHIP WORKSHOPS HOSTED AT DAVID KRUT PROJECTS, ARTS ON MAIN 🗓

On Saturday 16 September, David Krut Projects Johannesburg hosted the sixth and final session of the Young Hustla Entrepreneurship Workshop for 2017 at Arts on Main. Our vibrant facilitator, Zola Songo, started the session with an icebreaker activity to awake the senses and then proce...

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Building puzzles, building skills at Stanford Creative Works

Many children we see in our school-based program have difficulties with their visual perception skills. This means that information that is received through the eyes and sent to the brain is not processed in a way that makes sense. Conseqeuntly children reverse letters, and have irreg...

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