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J is for jungle

We are learning all about the letter J this week so following my children's interests, I set up a jungle provocation.

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Clipboards and jungle related books encourage literacy skills.

The bamboo backdrop is a canvas print. I make use of this print in so many of my provocations. 

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The river is a strip of polar fleece. A lovely sensory touch.

Schleich animals are always a favourite and their authenticity encourages real-life play. 

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I surrounded the green carpet playmat (rug) with logs from my wood pile. The children loved exploring the different bark textures.

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I purchased some artificial ferns and set them in plaster of paris. I covered the tins with natural printed adhesive contact.

I ensured the area was only accessible for one or two children at a time. This ensures quiet, purposeful play.

I also set up some cooking invitations at the sensory table. Some children chose to make jelly and some chose to make jam sandwiches. Of course, some chose to make both.

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Desert Felted Play Mat

Living Things Provocation

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