Star Wars – May the 4th be with you

May the 4th be with you!

The students thoroughly enjoyed getting into character, dressed up for Star Wars Day, for “May the 4th be with you” festival.Β  Our classrooms and playground were filled with Princess Leias, Luke Skywalkers, Darth Vadars and Stormtroopers today.

The benefits of roleplaying should not be under estimated and it forms an integral part of the Aistear curriculum at infants level.Β  Indeed play has never been more important than it is right now after a tumultuous year of quarantining and lockdown. Roleplay…

πŸ–– develops communication and language skills
πŸ–– allows children to act out and make sense of real life situations
πŸ–– allows children to explore, investigate and experiment
πŸ–– develops social skills and ability to collaborate
πŸ–– Offers children an alternative perspective and promotes empathy
πŸ–– Learning is disguised as play
πŸ–– Sparks creativity and imagination

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