Children and families are invited to create and play, using bits and pieces you probably have at home. These fun activities begin with simple making tasks, and are designed to inspire limitless play that can stretch across hours and days. Start with something like a cardboard box, let your imagination take over and you’ll go on so many adventures!
This is a digital, on demand event. It features a hand-picked selection of three Polyglot at home videos, each outlining a different creative activity. All three videos have soundtracks, but do not include spoken language. They each have a suggested list of materials, and a descriptive transcript available to download.
Visit Polyglot at home for Melbourne Fringe here: melbournefringe.com.au/guide-me/kids-guide-to-fringe/
Fringe for the wee ones is easy peasy lemon squeezy with the Kids Guide to Fringe, aka your go-to adventure playground for 2.5 weeks of non-stop shenanigans.
Whether your littlies are non-stop-gigglers or dance-floor-wrigglers, you’re guaranteed to find something perfect for the smalls, extra smalls or just the small at heart.
Visit the Kids Guide to Fringe here: melbournefringe.com.au/guide-me/kids-guide-to-fringe