PRETEND & PLAY SCHOOL SET | LEARNING RESOURCES REVIEW


Starting pre-school is such a big thing for little ones. They are so use to being at home with you and then, they are off into that big wide world of nursery :)



September , Nila started nursery and due to Covid , the usual way they settle in the children had to be changed , so we weren’t allowed to take the children in or come in the classroom at all. 

This really did unsettle me , but we had a leaflet before hand to explain all the new rules for the new nursery children .

We got as many books as we could on starting school to ease Nila into the idea and although she was very excited , she was still really nervous .

We had been sent the pretend & play school set from Learning resources and thought this would be the perfect thing to help explain to Nila what would be happening when she started.

The set includes a pop out school with all the bits you’d need , paper , a pointer for the map ,little work sheets, pencils , stickers , a bell ,which I hid after a few days :) and a white board pen and rubber.




We played schools , which Nila loves playing any type of pretend play in general , it’s her favourite thing to do , but we also played schools as it would be when she started .

So we wrote a list of what happens and we ticked them off like a school register ..

Water bottle , check, book bag , check , give mummy a kiss , check , then go in like a big girl all by yourself, check.

This set has been an absolute god send and completely prepared Nila for nursery - she absolutely loves it and the girls are always playing schools at the weekend , and always fighting over who is the teacher , I’m sure we all wanted to be the teacher when we were younger didn’t we? :)



This would make a fantastic present for Christmas, especially if your little ones if they are starting nursery in January for the next term.


You can purchase it from Amazon and it’s actually on offer at the minute for £24.95 :) 


-Gifted item 


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