Tuesday, 13 July 2010


In the third session the girls will continue working with their clay animals. The task is to “draw a place where their animal would like to live”. The medium for this activity is oil pastels on a white A2 sheet.

Today we began the session by sitting in a circle and checking in on the girls, and this time also, their animals. It appeared that the animals had become very important to some of the girls. Some girls even said that their animals had missed them during the week and were pleased to be reunited. We were not the only ones asking questions, one girl asked us, “why don’t you tell me how my animal is doing, because you said you would take care of it”. We assured the girls that the animals had been taken care of and kept safe while they were away. This led to a playful interaction in the group.

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