the child should put their water bottle on the table and, if appropriate, their lunch bag in the box
the child then hangs their name card up.
Tactile experiences; sand, water, playdough, jelly, leaves, clay, cornflour and water
Computer solely for children’s use
Real work bench and tools
Role play area; kitchen, office, “camps”, cosy corners, dressing up, puppet shows
Self-selection areas for a wide variety of toys and equipment
Construction; junk modelling, large brick trolley, duplo and many more
Problem solving activities; design puzzles, puzzles, scales, timers, floor puzzles
A quiet, cosy reading area
Parachute, ring games, musical instruments, singing and rhymes
Garden – outside play is very important to us at Penenden Heath Pre-school and is available to the children throughout the session.