Hospital Role play area. Play based learning.

This pin gives good ideas on how to set up a medical play area in which children can act out their medical fears, they can have fun, and they reenact or prepare for procedures.

George's marvellous Medicine book cover display!

George's Marvellous Medicine For George, dress in a red top and jeans then find a huge old bottle and fill with liquid mixed with food colouring, glitter and perhaps add cornflour to make droplets. Carry an enormous ladle or spoon.

George's marvellous medicine bottles! We looked at different bottle shapes, drew them out & Kids mixed orange or green paint. Finished off with white pastel highlights and black pen for lids.

We looked at different bottle shapes, drew them out & Kids mixed orange or green paint. Finished off with white pastel highlights and black pen for lids.

Activity based on Roald Dahls book George's Marvelous Medicine. Write down your very own marvelous medicine. What's it called? What does it cure?

Activity based on Roald Dahls book George's Marvelous Medicine. Write down your very own marvelous medicine. What does it cure?

Children can learn to recognise the role of medicine; to understand that all medicines are drugs and what their benefits and dangers might be.

Children can learn to recognise the role of medicine; to understand that all medicines are drugs and what their benefits and dangers might be.

George's Marvellous Medicine - write a recipe

George's Marvellous Medicine - write a recipe - Books by Roald Dahl - Bookshelf - Search results - Search

I used this project in multiple activities with my kids. The first time I used it, we did a novel study of, "George's Marvelous Medicine," by Roa...

Make your own magic potion

I used this project in multiple activities with my kids. The first time I used it, we did a novel study of, "George's Marvelous Medicine," by Roa.

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