Props from the Housekeeping Center
1. Put out props such as wigs, hats, shoes, mustaches, batons, stethoscopes,
capes, and so on.
2. Ask the children to choose a prop and then pretend to be whomever they
think the owner of the prop is.
3. Encourage them to dramatize stories of their choosing. Some examples are
The Little Engine That Could, Three Billy Goats Gruff, and Caps for Sale.
Nursery rhymes such as “Little Miss Muffett” and “Little Boy Blue” are also
fun to dramatize.