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Title: ‘Permanence’

Dimension: 78×102 cm/ 30×40 in’

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Artist name: Precious Nakpil-Lai

Whenever teacher Precious conducts her class, she would always makes it a point to post her students work on the wall where they can see them. She believes that posting all her students’ works on their wall, can have several benefits, and serve as a positive practice, while taking into consideration of the child’s privacy and preference. Here are some reasons why it can be important:

  1. Celebrating Achievements: Displaying a child’s work, such as artwork, school projects, or accomplishments, provides a sense of pride and achievement. It allows the child to see their progress and the results of their hard work which can boost their self-esteem and motivation.
  2. Encouraging Creativity: Having their creations displayed can encourage children to continue exploring their creative talents. Knowing that their efforts are valued and appreciated can inspire the to be more imaginative and expressive.
  3. Building Confidence: When children see their work on display, it sends a message that their contributions are valued and respected. This can help build their self-confidence and self-worth.
  4. Documenting Growth: Keeping a record of a child’s works can serve as visual timeline of their development and growth. It allows both the child and adults to track progress over time and reflect on their journey.
  5. Encouraging Reflection: Seeing their works displayed can prompt children to reflect on their own efforts and learning experiences. It can lead to discussions about what they enjoyed, what challenges they faced, and what they learn from each project.
  6. Fostering Communication: Displayed works can serve as conversation starters. Family members and educators can ask the child about their creations, leading to meaningful discussions and opportunities to learn more about their interest and thoughts.
  7. Building a Sense of Ownership: Allowing children to decide which of their works they want to display can give them a sense of ownership and agency over their space. It encourages them to make choices and express their preferences.
  8. Promoting Appreciation of Efforts: Displaying all a child’s works, not just the most polished or perfect ones, sends the message that efforts and process are more important than the end result. This can help combat perfectionism and promote a growth mindset.


It’s important to note that while there are many benefits of displaying a child’s work, it should be done in a way that respects the child’s feelings and privacy. Some children may be more private or sensitive about sharing their works, and their preferences should be respected.


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