Sarah showed Chloe and Lilli how to make bubbles in the water by trapping air in the Playsilk then placing it lightly on the water's surface - the bubbles became a rainbow jellyfish!
Then, they used a Giant Playsilk to make a rainbow dragon that swam through the river. The two sisters invented their own ideas too. Lilli found a stick to use as a fishing pole, to catch a rainbow fish, and Chloe made her Playsilk into a water ball that she threw into the air.
After we were done playing in the water we hung the Playsilks on a nearby tree to dry. One of the many wonderful qualities of real silk is that it dries so quickly! Its anti-microbial properties make it safe for play after going into the water.
Once her Rainbow Playsilk dried, Chloe wore it as a cape and pretended to be a river queen.