?? This is getting hard
Problem: It's a snow day and a kid is building snow men but they look all the same, as in delapidated and mutant. How can he learn that it's okay to make mistakes or that it's okay to deviate from the norm?
I was thinking about showing a spectrum of how representations of the human form differ, from early representations like the Woman of Willendorf
to Classical Greek sculpture (Riace bronzes)
to things like Ana Mandieta's silueta (silhouettes).
Maybe they can all be dancing at an Club ImagiNation?
Also, an investigation of fashion and its evolutions could also show how it's okay for things can be different. For example, the invention of the bicycle made it necessary for women to find an alternative to skirts and dresses: bloomers! We could show how pants were first thought inappropriate for women, but now it's definitely a-okay.
NOTE: fashion history lesson courtesy of Jessica. She's so knowledgeable about this stuff, I couldn't help but ask!