Are you planning for Read Across America? Need print and go prep posters, labels, or props to make a bookstore? Then look no further!
Why Use Dramatic Play areas?
Dramatic play teaches self-regulation. This helps students to control their impulses, work with others and make plans. Dramatic play allows students to have an opportunity to work through emotions by exploring their feelings and thoughts. It encourages kids to work through conflict resolutions and disagreements. Dramatic play isn’t just for Prek! This set includes MANY literacy and math skills! Students will be writing receipts, counting money, telling time, and identifying numbers by waiting in line. In addition, students will be seeing functional print and this will increase their vocabulary.
What is included?
- Example Set Up Pictures
- Suggested Purchases
- Parent Notes (Note home and extension letter activity)
- I Can posters (For every place in the center to give kids ideas of what they can do)
- Welcome to the Bookstore (Poster and 2 page poster)
- Open/Close posters (Bookstore)
- Posters Label areas (Janitor’s closet, Customer Service, Checkout Lane)
- Bookstore hours Poster
- Phone messages recording sheet
- Welcome Signs (1 page poster and 2 page poster size)
- Role Necklaces (big and small size)
- Meet the Staff Labels
- Pay Here Label
- Money/ credit card/ check/ gift card
- Prices Poster
- Receipts (half sheet and full sheet with check marks)
- Check out Station (floor number labels 1-20)
- Uniform/shirt (Use these templates to iron on shirts)
- Banner (Bookstore)
- I can posters (For each area in the Dramatic Play)
What if I need something added?
If you would like any custom pages, please e-mail me at email@example.com and I would be more than happy to create it for you!
How do I open this?
Please note: You will need Adobe Viewer to open these cards. They are secured and flattened. There is NO editable version included in this set.
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