Children’s 3D spaces
Do not create a perfectly fixed and playable setting. Create a start of a play that by itself supports reconstruction of the space.
As the construction with loose paper materials breaks easily, children receive the trigger of building and start creating their own 3D spaces.
Long paper tubes put by the wall or radiator create a house underneath. Piles of boxes become castles. Shredded paper in a circle is a bird nest. The whole floor covered with paper materials reminds a swimming pool. Boxes are boats and cars at the same time or a perfect bed.