Deconstructed Role play
What can you make with a cardboard box?
You may have noticed that Team Spurrier have the deconstructed role play area in our classroom this term. But what is it and how is it used?
Deconstructed role play allows children to fully engage in the experiences without there being no limitations placed on their imaginations. It creates a language rich learning space where children can interact with one another sharing ideas and developing their own play scenarios. Children can make sense of the world around them by exploring and investigating things that are current, relevant and interests them.
If you have any larges boxes or junk modelling then please bring it in as we would love to create something new out of it.