Oct 1, 2016

Mini Wild Rumpus at Trucks & Treasures

I took some of the Wild Rumpus materials to Reindahl Park last weekend and invited families to play as part of the Trucks & Treasures event.  We talked to over 200 people!  Here's a few photos of what happened:

Lots of water wall action:
 This young kiddo figured out how to roll inflated inner tubes!
 There is a younger sibling inside this tunnel....
 still there!  soooo heavvvvyyyyy......
 This little guy is doing some excellent drumming on a circle block:
 And this one is having a blast stacking rings on his grandma's head!
 I think this might be railroad tracks?
 And, with the incentive of a free book if you complete a Play Story, there were many completed play stories this time!
 Here's a fort:
 And here's the Play Story version of the fort!
 Here's the play story version of the water wall (see the holes?  the funnel?
 "the blue squiggly line is the water and the green lines are the tubes."
 I love all the rings in this one and the ladder, but I'm not sure what the swing-like things are?

Please note: "Anji Play,” refers to a specific philosophy and comprehensive approach to early education developed by Ms. Cheng Xueqin in Anji County, China. I use the term "Anji Play" to describe my programming and throughout this blog with the explicit permission of Ms. Cheng because our programming has been developed as part of a close collaborative relationship with her and her team of Anji Play educators. If you are interested in learning more about how you can bring Anji Play to your community, please visit www.anjiplay.com

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