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writing area

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by schteff, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. Really fun writing area with comfy chairs and loads of different things to write with - felt tips, chalk, proper grown up pens etc. Stick white boards and paper everywhere and let them write on the walls, something they wouldn't be allowed to do at home or anywhere else so the writing area is an exciting place! Leave out reward certificates for them to write to their friends and present these together at the end of the day :)
     
  2. My class love it when we cover the writing table with a huge sheet of paper, so they feel like they are drawing all over the table.
    They love any fun crayons/sparkly gel pens/glitter pens etc. And envelopes! They love envelopes.
    Also, they loved colouring pages in Sept, of their fave cartoon characters. Tend to just put cartoon characters with speech bubbles or letter formats for them now, not colouring pages, but they are Yr R, not pre-school.
     
  3. Do u really have to at that tender age?
    Why not turn it into a drawing area instead?
     

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