Today, our group discovered many new ways to play by simply changing subtle details about their surroundings and utilizing the resources we have in different ways.
We began the day by making a tunnel maze out of milk crates and plywood for our friends to discover many different ways to explore their surroundings.
"Let's switch it up!"
We showed our best teamwork as many friends helped move the crates and wood to change the structure time and time again!
We learned that when we are kind and respectful to our friends and teachers we can become the most efficient at working together!
We even made the stack of crates into a car and 'drove it around' the playground.
"Vroom! Vroom! Let's go!"
Meanwhile, in the sandbox, our other friends were building a pool and a nice flag to mark the territory of where we where building!
This showed our friends where it was going to be wet so anyone who didn't want to get dirty didn't have to!
As we used our resources and built new structures around the playground, we also included some of the existing structures, such as changing our wooden house into an 'ice cream stand and using our jet ski as a 'power boat' to fly through the 'waves.'
"I'm driving my power boat!"
All in all, we showed ourselves and each other that with embracing a change in imagination, anything can be possible!