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Childhood play experiences

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OK, so we’re going to do now is we’re going to play a really fun activity together. What I’m going to need you to do is to find any type of object in your house. This could be really anything. We’re going to spend some time, we’re going to get those objects. We’re going to come back and then I’ll give you some more instructions. So ready, set, go.
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OK, Are you ready? What we’re going to do is we have 4 minutes within those 4 minutes we are going to recreate a playful childhood experience. So an experience from your childhood that was playful. Some of us have to think way way back. But that’s OK. Then what you’re going to do while you are creating, is just think about the words that are popping up, while you’re doing that playful experience. So you’ve got 4 minutes and your time starts… Now.
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