I am such a fan of simple play that ignites the senses! One of my favourite ways to do this is through small world trays! They are SO incredibly easy to set up using things you probably already have in your cupboard so they needn’t be expensive either! Today I’d like to share some tips with you on how to get started with small world play!
My little learners absolutely LOVE pizza night at our house. I mean, who doesn’t love pizza? But it was no surprise that they absolutely loved our Pizza Shop Dramatic Play corner! Today I’d like to share some photos from our latest dramatic play centre with you!
Over in my Play Ideas facebook group, there are often questions asked about selecting appropriate resources and activities for certain age groups. It can be so tricky to know what types of activities and resources will suit the ages of your little learners, so I just love it when I come across a good subscription box that takes the guesswork out!
If there’s one type of play that I’d do for the rest of my days, it would be dramatic play! It’s such a fantastic way to encourage so many skills in a way that’s playful and age appropriate. Today I’d like to share our brand new Construction Site dramatic play area!
If you’re like me, you’re probably super passionate about dramatic play. But sometimes the materials and props can be a little expensive! I searched high and low for market stands but they were either out of my budget or didn’t really suit the image I had in my mind. I wanted something simple yet open ended…that we could use for lots of different dramatic play spaces!
With Christmas fast approaching, today we decided to make some Christmas sensory bottles! They’re super easy to make with items you probably already have around the house! I made three super easy bottles for my 1.5 year old which would be perfect for babies and toddlers alike!