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Lesson Plans


DREAM GAMES

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EJR LEY (EJRLEY)
Sun, 22 Mar 1998 16:25:04 EST


Finding the meaning of dreams is a bit like playing hide-and-seek or finding
the solution to a mystery story. But there are some methods that can be used
to decipher dreams yours and those of your family and friends.
I am aware of common symbols such as; a river as an ostacle to overcome,
crossroads as desisions to be made, a house as one's self of belonging or
security.
These symbols when drawn by children, bring to a childs' mind, simple rules in
their life. When giving these lessons to students the drawing were fantastic.
Almost all the dreams were wild dreams about animals or monsters or people
running. Most were about happy situations and wishes that came true. But a
smaller group were on nightmare type of dreams.
This was a fifth and sixth grade sunday school class that would like to do
this project again. Is there any more information or material I may find to
use for more in depth study?