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Art Room Paper Links Project

Art Room Paper Links Project

Many keyworker families have been under strain during the pandemic.

This project provides creative ways for primary-age children of key workers, including NHS people to celebrate, reflect on, and strengthen their connections with loved ones. It aims to give them space to connect with each other and take stock of what they are grateful for.

The video is suitable for families with children up to 6-years-old, and the downloadable pack is suitable for families with children up to 12-years old.

Download Art Room Paper Links Project (PDF 2.8MB)  

At Place2Be we believe that art is a creative tool to develop resilience and connect with others. Our Art Room team are specialists in using art to support and enhance children and young people’s wellbeing.

Watch some of our Art Room team demonstrating the activities in the Paper Links Project:


Find out more about Place2Be's programme of support for keyworkers, including our series of webinars.


Inspired? Why not try one of our other Art Room projects on themes including seasons, space and colours?

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