An extension to story time Roleplay adds theatrics to the lesson taught.
An old suitcase appearing in the classroom with something glittery partly revealed is more stimulating than a shiny new toy! It poses questions as can you. What’s inside, who does it belong, to where did it come from, what shall we do?
Imaginative play is more than children having fun. It has a crucial part to play in their intellectual and social development. The ability to make one thing stand for another, to picture things that are not there, are critical features in the growth of both thought and language.
Role play is used in all learning centres( Literacy, Numeracy and Discovery) both at introduction and evaluation of various modules conducted in KiDeens.