Topic: problem solving

The Imaginary House

toy house on snail

Materials needed: A paper and a pen.  Description: The imaginary house is a small activity to keep children’s imagination power alive. The activity starts with the facilitator assuming the role of a builder and home designer. Participants will be shown basic things like ceiling fan, table fan, Air Conditioners, television set; objects like a laptop, The Imaginary House

Imagining New Realities

drawing of man siting by reflection of the moon

“Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality.” – Lewis Carroll Materials needed: Computer (and projector if possible) to show video clip, paper and writing utensil, white board and dry erase marker or chalkboard and chalk Activity: Part 1: Play Video Clip Part 2: Ask students to write a list of 5 things Imagining New Realities