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Role play area for Mexico?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by CFC_4Eva, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Mexican jumping bean bean bags would be epic!!!!!
  2. But I realise this doesn't answer your question, sorry lol, but needed to get it out.
    Does the area need to represent modern Mexico or could the Aztecs or previous events within mexico/cultural changes be introduced?
    Sorry again for my silly reply
  3. Why have you chosen Mexico? It seems a bit random unless you have some Mexican /Spanish children in your class.

    What about a Mexican garden centre? Cactus plants, patterned clay pots and lots of Sombrero wearing.

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