Bored of the same role play areas in your classroom?
Why not create this easy and efficient role play area using different teaching resources? This a restaurant role play area where the children can pretend to eat and order food and use money to count or to be the waiter to take orders. You could add toy food so the children could interact.
Most of the teaching resources for this role play area where taken from spaklebox website where you can also find lots of other teaching resources.
A great teaching resource made by Caroline.
Create a small role area for the children to play in out of a display panel.
Using different teaching resources you can create different areas in the classroom for the children to interactive and play in. Here is an example of a small display panel area turned into a role play. Using a simple background and adding a bit of card to make it look like an Italian restaurant, the children can play with plastic food and toy money imagining they are in an Italian restaurant. They can take orders and count money with each other.
The teaching resources used for this display panel are printed from sparkle box, where you will be able to find lots of other ideas.
This display panel was made by year 2 teacher Caroline.
Want to change your classroom around a bit but don’t have any ideas of what to do?
Here is a great teaching resource to create an original classroom corner that the children will love.
[amzn_multi_product_inline keyword='teaching resources' count='1' page='' sort='' category='']Not only educational but also great for the children to have some time out and fun time. This is a construction corner for the children. They have resources to play with and construct and the display panel has useful facts for the children.
Can’t think of new ideas to make a birthday planner? Tired of looking at that birthday train display panel year after year? Here’s a great idea to cheer up your classroom and get the children involved in the birthday display panel!