When I Grow Up I am Going to Be...?

May 26, 2014 at 3:49 PM

Our Preschoolers’ imaginations are fantastic to see. Every day they have the impromptu opportunities to be involved with their friends in dramatic play. Many forms of props are included and their play evolves both inside and out. Pirates, doctors, fairies, mermaids, spacemen, Maori piupiu, Indian Sari, police suits and more – the list is endless, always building their imagination! 

Te Whariki
Communication: Children experience an environment where their play is meaningful learning and the importance of spontaneous play is recognised. They develop confidence and a repertoire for dramatic and pretend play – with an expectation that this play can amuse, excite, delight, comfort and illuminate. 

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