This page is all about the items you can provide for your children to allow them to learn while playing pretend.
Brushes, rollers, caps, hats, stir sticks, drop cloths, roller pans, pails, paint samples, smocks, and coveralls.
Paint a box
Pretend that a box is a house, and you are the house painter, and paint the house.
Hats, hoses, maps, phone, fire hydrant, boots, coats, first aid kits, blankets and noisemakers.
Masks, coats, stethoscopes medical supplies, charts, pens, film bottles, band aids, ace bandages, tongue depressors, and pretend head reflectors.
Dolls, rollers, combs, brushes, clips, empty spray bottles, shampoo bottles, wigs, smocks, magazines, mirror, chairs, hair nets, and Popsicle sticks for nail files.
Cardboard mailbox, stamped envelopes, wagon, bag, stickers for stamps, used mail, file boxes, and junk mail.
Books, paper, pencils, crayons, rulers, erasers, pointer, chalkboard, a desk and workbooks. Restaurant
Menus, place mats, silverware, order books, aprons, chef hats, pretend food, table, chairs, dishes, cups, napkins, money, register, and pens.
Cowboy and straw hats, boots, pails, plastic animals, plaid shirts, handkerchiefs, buckets, bonnets, rope, gloves, hoses, shovels, rakes, small trucks, and tractors.
Mexican Hat, tutu, cane, top hat, baton, wand, broom, dresses, scarves, ribbons, shoes (tap, ballet), slippers, gloves, play rose, music, hat, boas, ties, and belts.