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Jungle Animal Role-Play Masks

Jungle animal masks

About This Primary Resource

A collection of jungle themed animal role-play masks ideal for use in role-play scenarios and socio-dramatic play in early years settings. The pdf includes the following animals: tiger, lion, giraffe, elephant and monkey. This resource was designed by Emma Pelling. Emma is an experienced freelance graphic designer and illustrator. If you would like to commission her to do any design work then please get in touch via her website: www.smiling-art.co.uk

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  1. Julia turland

    In need of excellent resources

  2. rozelda

    love your materials and would love to use it in my classroom

  3. Rhea Mae

    thank you for the materials its really useul and helpful..love it

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