This workshop is being offered again by popular demand. Young children learn about the world around them through their senses and exploration of everyday objects that they encounter in their daily lives. Treasure Baskets and Heuristic Play afford infants and toddlers with opportunities to forge sensory rich experiences, which prime them for fuller exploration and investigation. Attend this workshop to discover how Treasure Baskets, developed in the 1940s by Elinor Goldschmied, can support this and why they are still as relevant today as they were 70 years ago. Join Ginette Wilson for this interactive workshop to investigate the sensory possibilities of Treasure Baskets and the discovery opportunities of Heuristic Play. Participants will have an opportunity to develop a Treasure Basket using interesting everyday household items and objects from nature, followed by an opportunity to Mess About with it.
*Registration fee includes includes the workshop materials and items to create your own starter treasure basket
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