Like a tiny forest

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Renata Buziak, Harrigans Lane Horizon, 2019
Emily Marie Séguin, Like a tiny forest, 2022


At the table.

With what

- Modelling clay
- Twigs, leaves, pine needles, and other objects found in nature.


1. Make balls out of the modelling clay.

2. Flatten the balls a little and plant the objects you found in nature into them. Once you have made several, put them together and you will have a miniature forest!

Talk about it

- What can we find in this forest? A stream, a pond, a rocky path? What if we listen to find out?
- Are all forests the same? What makes a forest special?
- Have you ever been to a forest? What did you like about the time you spent there?
- Who lives in your forest (ex: plants, insects, birds, animals)?
- When is the last time you stood by a tree and told it that you loved it? Do you think that trees listen to us?
- Does the forest talk? What does it say?
- Can a single tree be a forest? What makes a forest a forest?
- How can we protect the forest and be friends with it?
(For example, by picking up litter we find along the way, by not throwing anything on the ground, etc.)

Share your experience !

Images, videos, sound, text: show us what you did with our suggestions!


Like a tiny forest

Water symphony

Show me the way

The impression things make

An invented language

A leaf in the wind

We are a landscape

The wind chime

Our heat

Do you hear?

The talking balloon

Sensation trail