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Lucia Klander 🤸‍♀️
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Red Talk 🩸🚧
Playground Politics 🛝🚧
Leftovers 👩‍🎨
Diagramming 📊
Visual Thinking 👁️
Objects 🧸
Utopia 🌻
Love Struck 💕

Craft 🧶


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This visual, conversational and creative workbook is designed to help mothers curate new conversations around wellbeing in playground spaces. The workbook is inspired by children's worksheets and is aimed at transforming the narrative of cliques and bullying between parents in the playground. The workbook is divided into four stages or levels, which are designed to be completed collaboratively in a workshop setting.
  1. The first stage is called "Love," which encourages mothers to learn to love themselves and be confident in their skills not only as mothers but also as individuals. In this stage, mothers will engage in activities and exercises that promote self-care, self-love, and self-awareness.
  2. The second stage is called "Help," which focuses on challenging the cliques that form between mothers in playgrounds due to misconceptions or standards held by oneself. In this stage, mothers will learn how to identify harmful behaviors and how to intervene in ways that promote healthy relationships and productive communication.
  3. The third stage is called "Make," which is about curating safe and open camaraderie in the playground space to feel welcome and accepting of others. In this stage, mothers will learn how to create a positive environment that fosters inclusivity and a sense of community.
  4. The fourth stage is called "Keep," which is about overcoming conflicts and maintaining strong connections within busy environments. In this stage, mothers will learn how to resolve conflicts constructively and how to sustain healthy relationships over time.
  5. The fifth and final stage is called “Hand”, which encourages the participants to wrap up what they have learnt through the collaborative guide, and pass on the advice in a caring and constructive way to those who need it.


This workbook is designed to alleviate the burden of full-time care off mothers who face it as a result of their gender identity through improving female bonds and connections, which psychologically have positive impacts on their mental health. It also provides as tool for mothers to overcome the challenges they may face in playground spaces and create a more positive and supportive environment for themselves and in turn also other mothers.