An exploration of how guided “child’s play” with toy bricks can create new avenues in understanding and teaching of biblical stories. Through the example of Nehemiah’s rebuilding project this exhibit examine the advantages of play through toy bricks as a language for the story, the accessibility and approachable nature of toys, the practice of imagination to re-creation of the story in reality, and the sharing of the expressions and learnings through the creation.
Ambrose Research Conference 2017 Presentation
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