With a little imagination, cracks in pavements, plants or rocks become their own miniature worlds. Slow down, find an interesting spot, then ask some "I wonder..." questions: I wonder who could live there? I wonder what they need?
Episode 3: Drama Outdoors, Imagination and Non-Verbal Communication with Hazel Darwin-Clements
Creative Skills Manager Heather Armstrong spoke with Hazel Darwin-Clements, drama artist, theatre-maker and podcaster. They discuss how to use drama and imaginative play in your setting and giving children a space to be the expert in their lives.
Wee Inspirations are are ideas you can send to the families you work with, or use in your setting. If you want to access all the Wee Inspiration idea cards, head to the main Wee Inspirations webpage.
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