Adorable tree - so easy to do with an umbrella!

The Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Tree is made from a carpet roll (free from local carpet store) tube wrapped in brown butcher paper, stuck in a Christmas tree stand. The top is an umbrella covered with green leaves.

Camping dramatic play- A great idea for bringing the outdoors in, especially during the winter months when camping is months away. Adds to the room as well making it feel more like home rather than a classroom. Did this set up with children in the gym for the day, they loved it!

21 Cozy Makeshift Reading Nooks

A great idea for a camping dramatic play area is another great idea for a continuation of storytelling. It is also a great dramatic play area that you could put outside.

Use two filing cabinets to create a cute cozy corner or quiet area. The curtain rod and simple curtains make this a place where preschool students love to explore and sit and look at their favorite stories. Photos of friends and comfy pillows create a homey feeling.

Designed as a reading spot, this could so easily become a Safe Place! Use two filing cabinets to create a cute cozy corner or quiet area. The curtain rod and simple curtains make this a place where students love to go.

Lots of cubby house/fort/shelter ideas

let the children play: Simple Play Space Transformations: Shelters. A whole page dedicated to shelter/kids spaces.

How gorgeous is this little den?! (",) This is a wonderful invitation to hide/read/role play...

I was helping out at my boys' school this morning and got to take a peek at the Seuss Cafe. This thing sounded cute when I first read the in.

Park Keeper role-play classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox

Park keeper role play- could put plastic sheets up to make a greenhouse. Watering plants/ measuring/ seasonal veg etc as part of learning about plants.

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I like the yellow tent hanging from the ceiling tiles.that would be super cute in my back corner. wonder what the fire marshal would say.

Fabric sculpture tree in kids reading area at Indigo Bridge Books

Fabric tree sculpture in the kids' reading area at Indigo Bridge Books in Lincoln, NE. Good inspiration for the Monkeypod Tree.

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