Room Weaving is found in the book,
Have you ever done ROOM WEAVING with kids (or watched them do their own)? My brother and I used to weave rooms when we were little kids, thanks to our mom being a good person who encouraged us to keep busy in whatever acceptable ways we could imagine. Try this with kids asap!! Rainy day indoors, or sunny day outdoors (in which case it would be deck weaving, patio weaving, porch weaving, yard weaving, etc.)
- String yarn, ribbon, or twine
- Tie any smaller pieces of string and yarn together to make one long strand. Roll into a ball.
- To begin the Room Weaving, tie one end of the string or yarn to a doorknob, closet rod, bedpost, or chair leg.
- Take the string from one object to another, tying or wrapping around furniture or objects to hold it in place. String can crisscross itself and go all around the room like a web.
- Now weave and tie strings in between the first strings. A plan is not necessary, just keep tying and weaving strings to strings.
- When the web is done, imagine and play in the Room Weaving.
And more....Pretend the Room Weaving is an imaginary world, a spider web, a thick jungle, an underground cave
Add other materials, such as blankets or sheets, paper cutouts, strips of fabric, strips of newspaper.