Playing Flower means looking through a window into another world. Something like Play School and its variously-shaped windows, maybe.
Play School uses windows as excursions into everyday life, and as a kid I found this hopelessly dull next to the other crafts, games and stories. The ritual of choosing the window and going through it got my hopes up that it would be something worthwhile, but it was always just people doing ordinary things. Why would I be interested in that? The parts I didn't appreciate at the time were, I imagine, meant to give Aussie kids a view of other kids in situations they could relate to.