A Pirate Role Play Area! Complete with a mast, sail, helm, portholes, canons and an anchor. Inside, there is a 'Treasure Island' where children can sail to and find the buried treasure!
Play Dough Ice Cream Play
We've enjoyed some gorgeous weather here recently, & when the sun shines nothing quite beats an ice cream! :) Minnie loves it, so I thought an ice cream stand (with the pretend variety) would make a perfect role play area for her. We made up a batch of playdough, & once cooled we split it into four & added food colouring to create the different flavours. Minnie asked for strawberry, chocolate, & mint, & I added vanilla. For the chocolate ice cream we rolled the playdough in cocoa powder…
Pirate Ship Kids Craft - The Relaxed Homeschool
Do ye kids love to sail on the open seas in their imagination, carry swords and wear eye patches? Have yer younguns been swashbuckling (what does that even mean?!) and expressing their excitement with random outbursts of “Arr!”? *FYI: swashbuckling means “to engage in daring and romantic adventures with ostentatious bravado or flamboyance.” Just inRead More
Ice Cream Parlour Tuff Spot | Clare's Little Tots
Ice cream parlour tuff spot set up. Great messy and sensory play idea that also encourages role play and imagination.
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Travel Agents Role Play Pack
A fantastic resource to inspire a selling a holiday role-play This travel agents role-play pack is great for a variety of activities.Use it to inspire a 'selling a holiday' role-play, to practise exchanging money, to plan a holiday in different areas of the world or for a range of other ideas.The resource includes:Travel agents signs and postersBureau de change signsPassport templatesTravel agents booking formsRole-play badgesA design a flight attendant's uniform activityEach child will be…
Dramatic Play Airplane
So this week, the Pre-K class is going to Europe. In our imaginations, anyway. Several years ago I made an "airplane" out of a box. It's rea...