Fire station role play in preschool

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We not only used red, black, and yellow tape to create our fire truck abstract art  but I also used tape to create a table top fire station….

The children found the fire station scene all set up and ready to go when they came into the classroom…

I purchased wooden fire trucks, police cars, and ambulances from the Dollar Store over the summer and set them out with the fire station scene…

At first, the children each chose their own section or territory to play with…

But after awhile, the children began to role play together…

Both girls and boys equally enjoyed the table top fire station…

I heard lots of “whirring” sounds and comments like “where is the fire?” Then the mommy trucks came in to save the baby trucks.  I am not sure which trucks were the mommies or the babies, but in the end, everyone was safe…

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

Every time I think I know everything I need to know about teaching young children, God says, "Hold on a minute!" and gives me a new challenge.

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