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Areas of the Room Posters (Part 1)

Areas of the Room Posters (Part 1)

About this Primary Resource

A set of decorative and informative posters which can be used to demarcate certain key areas of your early years setting. Part 1 of 2 includes the following posters: construction area, creative area, drinking station, junk modelling area and mark making area.

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  1. Sophie

    Could another sight of signs be made, to include a fine motor area and puzzles/games area, and an outside area? This would be really helpful these signs are wonderful.

  2. Carly

    I would love the text on these posters to be editable and include an outdoor area poster

  3. Carissa

    Is it possible to make multilingual signs including Bengali and Somalian languages?

    Thanks- your resources are fantastic!

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