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...Now turn over for ways to enhance your window and adapt it for any role play situation....
...What you need a washing line and pegs card to make flags scissors, felt pensWhat you do Use the card and pens to make flags. You need to make at least three of each colour/pattern/shape. Experiment on the floor and the table - making...
...What you need digital camera and printer maps and plans resource trolleyWhat you do Make sure you have the necessary permissions and staff ratios for an outing. Talk with the children about the different roads and streets near your setting....
... and reward staff with a ‘Car Washer of the Day’ award. Combine this with bus role play or garage role play. Depending on children's experiences this activity can easily be adapted to be a boat hire. Add some cardboard oars and a megaphone for “Come in Number 5!”Passport The Little Book of Role Play Windows © Melanie Roan and Marion Taylor (Bloomsbury Publishing plc, 2013)...
...What you need old maps and road atlases suitable for cutting up maps and plans resource trolley collage materials maps, photographs and mementoes of children’s special places examples of underground and metro-type mapsWhat you do Add old...
...Starting points: Talk to the children about their favourite magazines. These might reflect their interests, or favourite films or TV programmes. Think about making a bar chart or pictogram to illustrate this. Show the children how...
...What you need washing line and pegs uniform items of all sorts (real items or child size dressing up clothes) full length mirror, hangers pictures of people in uniform books about services such as the Police, Fire Fighters, Health workers...
...What you need a washing line and pegs plain carrier bags and bin liners, preferably in single colours (blue ones are available from some supermarkets). collage materials, PVA glue magazine pictures of catwalk shows with both male and female...
...Starting points: Encourage the children to write letters or draw pictures to send to their families at home. Have addressed stickers ready for the children to stick on their envelopes. Now visit a real Post Office. Risk assess and check...
...What you need a washing line and pegs a set of cards with each letter of the alphabet in lower case a set of picture cards for each letter a computer with clip art magazines and catalogues small objects and bags or pockets to put them...