• June 1, 2020
    6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Let’s be honest, we have totally over sanitized the concept of play from childhood to adulthood. In this fun and interactive workshop, practitioners, educators and the curious will play with dirt, paint, glue, water, dyes and more (all dependent if we are outside or inside), as a way to re-emphasize the importance of play in activities and projects, and supporting the understanding that play requires getting ones clothes and hands a bit dirty. Play is diverse, infinite and critical to developing positive personal identity. Pig-Pen reminds us that there is room for a little messiness in our playful lives.

Presenter: Jeff Willis

As an energetic facilitator, Jeff has spent nearly 30 years working with various organizations using supportive, innovative and experiential techniques to improve team collaboration and staff effectiveness. His passion to develop Creative Toolbox stemmed from his experiences of being an experiential educational consultant, travelling abroad, working as a professional child and youth worker and his roles within the outdoor recreation industry.

Suitable for all early learning and child care professionals

Note: Participants need to bring a positive attitude and willingness to get dirty and potentially wet.

Details Price Qty
3 Hour Workshopshow details + $30.00 (CAD)  


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Venue:  

Address:
#100-6846 King George Blvd, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, V3W 4Z9

Description:

Located directly behind the Denny’s Restaurant. Please do not park in spots reserved for our neighbours.

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