Mar 29, 2017

AnjiPlayDate #11: Space makes a [huge] difference!

After the last two weeks of trying to play in our not-so-huge meeting room, this week I decided to roll the carts of blocks out into the children's area to divide the play into two spaces.  WOW!  Check out the things that got built:


Roller Thingy


Kids also played with the toys that we normally keep in our children's library section and that was fine too:

check out the nice vocabulary use in this video:


Some even read books:


Back in the meeting room,  play had changed too, with more room to spread out:

longest. tunnel. ever.

 hiding under the table!

 "picking wildflowers"

the clay and the turntables moved out of the corner and onto the floor:



This was some fun "roly-poly" action!

The kids this week did a great job with clean-up, but I realized that I might need two boomboxes!
 This play story was done by a 1st grader on spring break.  I love how she color coordinated her marker with the part of the story she was telling!
 And this one has a color-coded KEY to tell you which drawing has which caption!  Love it.
Here are some other play stories -- can you tell what they're about?

and check out the practice writing on this one!

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