A Malawian toy kitchen at our pre school

Toy kitchen

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Continuing on from Friday’s cookstove success, one of our pre-school teachers, Chance, has created a toy Changu Changu Moto for his pre-school.

Recent training has seen the teachers be encouraged to create themed stations around their pre-schools to allow the children to explore and develop through play.

One of these sections is ‘Dramatic Play’ and despite initially having a three stone fire represented, after a conversation with Chance, he took the opportunity to create this fuel-efficient cookstove model which is representative of the way the children’s mothers cook at home.

With make-belief pot rests and an old milk container as a cooking pot, the children love their toy kitchen.

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