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Friday night. We started with a discussion of the Family by Family values.
The values.
Saturday morning. Sarah introduced the ‘family signature’ exercise.
Families charted the ups & downs of their own lives...
...and identified the things they said, did, or thought to get through tough times...
...the strategies that they could draw on to share with other families.
Tricia, a life coach, introduced a session on learning reflective listening skills.
The families paired up to try out their listening skills ...
...and then put them to the test in a game...
...a very frustrating game.
The families snuggled down to learn about storytelling from Helen, a storyteller.
Helen demonstrated storytelling & then worked with families to shape their own stories.
We’d arranged some model developmental experiences for Saturday night.
The families learnt about bush tucker from an indig...
...and about animals from Animals Anonymous.
Sunday morning. Carolyn introduces the programme for Sunday.
The families rehearsed sharing the personal stories they’d worked on the day before.
Role-play. The families rehearsed recruiting new families to Family by Family.
Carolyn displayed considerable acting talent in playing a sceptical mum.
Families from our first camp helped the new families to create a profile for their family.
A draft family
profile.
Role-play. Carolyn, back in character, providing Daniel with some challenging situations.
Meanwhile, the kids had turned the camp kitchen into a cubby-house shanty town...
...and used their constructions to tell their own family stories.
Sunday afternoon. The families ran developmental experiences for each other.
The Varona family taught archery.
Ashlee taught something really cool...
...how to make miniature paper stars, with a secret message written on the inside.
Ange shared her family’s favourite recipe - Yum Yum Balls. They were a hit!
Adrienne taught origami...
...and the Shekars taught their favourite family game. Chess.
At the last session the families shared their ideas on what to improve for next time.
And gave each other feedback to take home.
Sunday Afternoon. Carolyn closes the camp.
We would meet next at our regular Wednesday night ‘Yarn & Dinner’.
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
Photostory: Family by Family Spring Starter Camp II
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  1. 1. Friday night. We started with a discussion of the Family by Family values.
  2. 2. The values.
  3. 3. Saturday morning. Sarah introduced the ‘family signature’ exercise.
  4. 4. Families charted the ups & downs of their own lives...
  5. 5. ...and identified the things they said, did, or thought to get through tough times...
  6. 6. ...the strategies that they could draw on to share with other families.
  7. 7. Tricia, a life coach, introduced a session on learning reflective listening skills.
  8. 8. The families paired up to try out their listening skills ...
  9. 9. ...and then put them to the test in a game...
  10. 10. ...a very frustrating game.
  11. 11. The families snuggled down to learn about storytelling from Helen, a storyteller.
  12. 12. Helen demonstrated storytelling & then worked with families to shape their own stories.
  13. 13. We’d arranged some model developmental experiences for Saturday night. The families learnt about bush tucker from an indigenous family...
  14. 14. ...and about animals from Animals Anonymous.
  15. 15. Sunday morning. Carolyn introduces the programme for Sunday.
  16. 16. The families rehearsed sharing the personal stories they’d worked on the day before.
  17. 17. Role-play. The families rehearsed recruiting new families to Family by Family.
  18. 18. Carolyn displayed considerable acting talent in playing a sceptical mum.
  19. 19. Families from our first camp helped the new families to create a profile for their family.
  20. 20. A draft family profile.
  21. 21. Role-play. Carolyn, back in character, providing Daniel with some challenging situations.
  22. 22. Meanwhile, the kids had turned the camp kitchen into a cubby-house shanty town...
  23. 23. ...and used their constructions to tell their own family stories.
  24. 24. Sunday afternoon. The families ran developmental experiences for each other.
  25. 25. The Varona family taught archery.
  26. 26. Ashlee taught something really cool...
  27. 27. ...how to make miniature paper stars, with a secret message written on the inside.
  28. 28. Ange shared her family’s favourite recipe - Yum Yum Balls. They were a hit!
  29. 29. Adrienne taught origami...
  30. 30. ...and the Shekars taught their favourite family game. Chess.
  31. 31. At the last session the families shared their ideas on what to improve for next time.
  32. 32. And gave each other feedback to take home.
  33. 33. Sunday Afternoon. Carolyn closes the camp. We would meet next at our regular Wednesday night ‘Yarn & Dinner’.
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