Pretend Play: Airport Printables
Pretend play is a hit with kids of all ages! I’ve created a jumbo pack of pretend play printables to use with my kids. The 130+ pages include props, writing activities and easy to follow instructions for restaurants, police departments, doctors’ offices, grocery stores, classrooms and more. There are 10 units in all. I am so excited, I couldn’t wait to share, so I’m offering the pretend play Airport Printables as a sneak peek!
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Download your free set of airplane printables here. It includes boarding passes, passports, seat signs, airport worker name tags and airport signs. The smile on my almost 4 year old’s face says it all. The pretend play printables are a big hit!
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Cool Cool Cool. I can’t wait. My daughters love pretend play activities that involve more real life items. Thanks in advance.
You’re welcome, Maree! I’m excited to hear what set your daughters like most. 🙂
Oh my goodness Malia! I don’t know where you find the time and energy for 110+ pages, but I love that you did. Thank you in advance for all the fun we’ll be having.
You’re so welcome, Noirin! I’m excited that the printables will come in handy. 🙂
This is perfect, thank you!! I was just about to go rummaging for an old passport and boarding pass to start role playing with my 3 year old who is super excited to be going on a long flight this year. Hoping all this, and an informative steward (Mummy) with some flying rules, will make the experience great for all.
Hi there! Because of this pandemic, I and my 5 year old could not travel at the moment. I am also doing homeschool this year. This would be a great activity for him. I really appreciate you doing this!