It was the last day of Easter Activities at the Co-operative Academy of Manchester, and we had a whole load of fun! The first and second day were a bit quiet, but today there were 20 children and their adults, and the mysterious tubes were the most popular thing at the session! Here's showcasing 9 ways to play with a tube:
93/365 - Zan records the play potential of tubes :)
1) Waving it as a means of expressing your excitement.
2) Decorating your house.
3) Propping open your door.
4) Club membership.
5) Great battles.
6) A talking point.
7) A short sword.
8) The mast of a boat.
9) A fishing rod.
10) A flag.
Of course, the most popular way to use the tube today was as a sword - it's so easy to see and becomes something of a play cue when pointing at the right person. And that's always useful for play! :)
I had a lot of fun at the Co-op Academy. I met lots of fun people and played so much that I am now very sleepy. Hoorah for play, and hoorah for tubes! :)