Airport Dramatic Play

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Make your airport dramatic play center come alive in your preschool classroom with these exciting props! Start by checking in and getting your boarding pass. Each boarding pass is labeled with a letter of the alphabet to incorporate letter identification. Then, go through security with your luggage (either the included printable luggage with luggage tags to incorporate name writing or with backpacks at school). Make your way to the gate and board the airplane (includes a printout of a plane to make into a poster-size plane).

Onboard, the pilots can drive the plane with the cockpit printout and steering wheel, while the passengers can enjoy their in-flight entertainment (on the back of the chairs), look out their windows (painted as a craft), and order snacks from the snack menu. There are so many ways to learn through play with this airport dramatic play!

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Transportation Activities for Preschoolers

Here's what you'll get (in color only):

  • Welcome to the Airport Sign
  • Arrivals/Departures signs
  • name tags (Pilot, Flight Attendant, Boy Passenger, Girl Passenger, Security Officer, Check-In Agent, Passport Official, and Air Traffic Controller)
  • printable suitcase with luggage tags
  • signs (Check-In, Security, Waiting Area, Gate, Customs, and Baggage Claim)
  • boarding passes with gates A-Z (includes color and black & white)
  • passport (girl and boy)
  • pilot cockpit view and steering wheel outline
  • In-Flight Entertainment TV to put on the back of chairs
  • snack menu with items priced $1 - $5
  • B&W window outline (for cloud painting craft)
  • airplane printout (to print as a poster)

Materials needed for this airport dramatic play activity:

  • tables (for the pilot and for the check-in agent)
  • lanyards OR yarn
  • 2 large folding poster boards (to make airplane)
  • chairs
  • linking chains (to add on luggage tags)
  • blue paper, white paint, cotton balls, & clothespins (for window cloud painting)
  • Optional: backpacks to take through security (OR use the suitcase printout)
  • Optional: large box with duct tape (to make bag scanner)
  • Optional: metal detector (made out of PVC pipes)
  • Optional: computer keyboard or old keyboard for check-in agents
  • Optional: old game controllers to use as the steering wheel (OR use the printout provided)
  • Optional: small shopping cart (to use as snack cart for the flight attendants)
  • Optional: plastic or felt foods for snacks
  • Optional: stamp for passport official
  • Optional: lamination

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

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