Learning ResourcesLearning Resources LER2642 Pretend & Play School SetP954913EDR-LER2642https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/EDR/EDR-LER2642.jpgLearning Resources LER2642 Pretend & Play School Set9549134.02lbs2.7012.6016.20
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Ring the bell, it's time for school!! Help your child get excited about school by encouraging him or her to play the teacher! This inviting role-play set includes 149 must-have supplies - enough to teach, learn and have fun! Children ages 3 and up can set up their own classroom, "teach" their friends or siblings and earn an A+ in imaginative play. The included teacher supplies help them "teach" most of the subjects taught at school. There is even a clock on the top with moveable hands to keep track of class time and a working bell for an authentic school day experience. Encourages school readiness and conversations about going to school that help reduce first-day jitters. Includes: Tri-fold board, Grade book, Stickers, Hall passes, Dry erase board, Hand pointer, Crayons, Double sided calendar, Double sided map. Tri-fold board measures 38"L x 16"H. Grades: PreK+. Learning Styles: Visual, Tactile. Skill Development: Social/Behavioral - Lets students create many experiences that they might encounter at their first day of school. This set helps familiarize them with routine so they know what to expect and how to act. Language - Students need to know how to form questions and how to verbally work with other students. Practice with students by acting out school scenarios like how to ask a teacher for help or how to answer a question. Organization - Everything in this set has a place. During play, students can learn how to take out what they need and where to put it when they are done. This reinforces the classroom expectation of being prepared and taking care of belongings.
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