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Birthday Party Role-Play Shopping List

Birthday Party Role-Play Shopping List

About This Primary Resource

A birthday party shopping list, featuring illustrations of various items you may need to buy for a birthday party alongside editable text.

The download also contains a blank list. It is part of a series of shopping lists that you will find on our site. These shopping lists can be used in many ways to inspire children to use mark making in their role play. Even the youngest children will 'make a list' to help them remember what they need to get at the shop.

Practitioners can print them to display in the role play area or edit them to add their own handwriting which helps children to see the connection with their own 'writing'. Changing them frequently (using our other shopping list downloads) keeps the area fresh. They can then print blank ones for the children to use for their own lists.

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