Hey kids, in this video, Ghanaian-British artist and educator Harold Offeh shows you how to make a colourful, creative ‘sensory sculpture’ from everyday materials.
A sensory sculpture uses different objects and elements to stimulate all the senses and is great fun to assemble.
To make this sculpture you will need:
- Glass or plastic bottles
- Plasticine or sticky tack
- A selection of things that smell, feel soft or crinkly, make a sound
- Food colouring
- Spices or herbs (e.g. cinnamon or mint)
- Card, tin foil, scraps of old paper
View the original video here.
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