Sigh. And that’s the end of another fun workshop at the British Library!
We played, we laughed, we shared ideas. For once, I honestly believe the children enjoyed the workshop more than I did.
One child had to explain the word ‘FREEZE’. The rules were – no acting, no translating, no using the words ‘ice’, ‘cold’, ‘still’, ‘fear’ and ‘move’.
He stood, thinking, for a long time.
Then he began, “Once upon a time, there lived an Eskimo. One day, he decided to go to Antarctica. He went all the way there and he made an igloo. But then on top of a mountain there, it was so chilly that he …”