|"What Do You See?" Colored Construction Paper|
|"What Do You See?" Painting Pad|
What we like best about Canson’s Eric Carle line is that it allows kids to dream as big as they wish. The theme that is echoed throughout the line is that of open-ended potential. The very premise of “What Do You See?” offers kids a blank canvas upon which they can express their hopes, dreams, fears and concerns. There are no expectations, no demands, no pre-fabbed directions on how a child is to use the "What Do You See?" line. This allows kids to experiment and just enjoy creative endeavors. “What Do You See?” simply invites the budding artist to share his or her internal world with others. And that is pretty powerful.
|"What Do You See?" Finger Paint Pad|
When kids are given free license to create whatever their hearts' desire and encouraged to share their innermost world on paper, magic happens. When a child takes a blank piece of paper or construction paper and makes a piece of art, a new creation is born. What a celebration of imagination! And using our imagination is a key piece to developing self-regulation, or the ability to control strong feelings. That is social-emotional skill building at its finest!
|"What Do You See?" Complete Line|