It is also expected that the child may notice things because of their height that an adult ordinarily would not spot, such as objects or works close to or even on the ground. This invites the parent to further believe that it is worth trying to view things from the child’s perspective, whether literally or not, to ensure they don’t miss out on anything – in their child’s world, or their own – and also that there is not just one point of view.
With the example here, the face is quite simple and appears almost as though it has dripped down from the nearby drain. The child may relate a sculpture like this to something they have perhaps made in school, which explains why they may be particularly interested.
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