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Aircraft Pretend Play

Aircraft Pretend Play

Aircraft Pretend Play

The child in me totally loves these creative afternoons. Lately I have been really busy working and I have been missing many play opportunities with the kids. Today when my kids came to me to ask help to build a plane for their toys, I looked at my laptop and my long to-do list and then I looked at them. I couldn’t deny this fun chance, and thankfully I gave in. When I checked my watch again, it was almost 2 hours that I was working with them and I was having a ball!

So, Ladies and Gentlemen presenting

 “Boeing Rainbowliner 2-4-2 , capacity 64 passengers ready for its first flight from SFO to London 

Special Flight with Disney Stewart’s and a never seen before in-flight experience, hop on board.

Most of the ideation is done by me , getting all the details and the material planning , the work execution is them. We mostly followed “show-me and I follow” , where I showed them a sample and they continue to build it and then next thing like here this is how we make the seats with Jenga blocks , how about a bathroom ... and so on.
When I am working on detail projects with them like this one we pretend to be Engineers and combine multiple materials. In this project we primarily used manga tiles and jenga blocks and added rainbow stackers to add to the beauty. This play structure is going to stay by the wall for a few days until the kids have played the “plane-time game” their heart out.

Happily yours,

Miss K

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Yours Truly,

Miss K