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Camping Dramatic Play

7 Tips to Make Your Own Camping Dramatic Play Pre-k Let’s Play has created a camping dramatic play theme for preschoolers. This Dramatic play theme is a great place for your students to use their imagination. Kids love to play outdoors. So bring that environment and imagination into the classroom. You can do this by transforming your dramatic play center into a pretend campsite. Watch your students use their imagination to explore nature. They will enjoy pretending to be campers. This download offers tons of resources and activities for your students to practice. Keep reading as I share with you 7 tips that you need to create a camping dramatic play site in your classroom. 1. Materials and props Props are definitely...

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Using Number Strip Puzzles and its Top 5 Benefits

Learning how to count numbers is common in preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Kids start learning this concept at an early age. But, teaching numbers and how to count doesn’t have to be boring. It can also be a fun hands-on activity to teach your students. That’s why Pre-K Let’s Play created number strip counting puzzles. A number strip puzzle is an image that’s cut into strips. Each strip has a number underneath the image. Your students must be able to find the numbers. Then they have to arrange them in numerical order to assemble the image back together. These puzzles need very little prep work and your students will enjoy playing with them. All you need to do is print...

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Using Pattern Block Templates and its Top 5 Benefits

Looking for fun activities to help teach about shapes? There are many ways to teach shapes. Especially in preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classrooms.  One classic way of learning about shapes is by using math pattern block templates. Oh yes! Students love to play with pattern blocks. Math pattern blocks are small shaped blocks. Made from wooden or plastic material. Here's what a set of block shapes look like. Red trapezoids Orange squares Yellow hexagons Green triangles Tan diamonds Blue rhombuses You can find and buy these popular pattern blocks online. Websites like Amazon, Lakeshore, and Learning Resources sell them. Or you can find them at your local educational supply store too. So Pre-k Let’s Play has created pattern block templates to...

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Pretend School Dramatic Play Area

7 Things That Make Your Pretend School Dramatic Play Absolutely Look Like School Pre-K Let's Play has created a pretend school dramatic play theme. Whether it's "real" school or "pretend" school. Two things are for certain. Preschool kids love school and teachers like you. Your preschool students see you every weekday. They learn from you and love being around you. As a matter of fact, I bet there are moments where you may catch them pretending to be a teacher like you. Funny right? So a great way to support this is to apply this to your dramatic play area. Turning dramatic play into a pretend school gives students many ways to learn. This also makes learning feel fun for...

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Laundromat Dramatic Play

7 Things You Need to Make a Dramatic Play Laundromat Setting up a laundromat in your dramatic play is fun. Kids love to play pretend. It's fun for them in every way. They also enjoy playing and learning new activities. Laundry is an activity that kids will enjoy learning both at home and in school. At home, many children watch their families do chores around the house. In fact, children can be so eager to help with these chores. As a result, many families let them help. Doing laundry is one of those chores. That is why turning your dramatic play into a laundromat is a great topic for your students to learn about. They will enjoy sorting, washing, folding, and...

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