Dramatic Play Area: Areas of the Classroom Series

This session is part of a series on how to set up different areas of an early childhood classroom. In this webinar, participants will learn about setting up the dramatic play area. Participants will learn about the definition of dramatic play, its importance for young children, and ideas for what to include in the dramatic play area.

Webinar Objectives

Upon completing this webinar, participants will be able to...

  • Define dramatic play.
  • Learn about the teacher's role in dramatic play.
  • Become aware of the key components for setting up the dramatic play area to include:
    • Space
    • Furniture
    • Materials

Your Instructor

Jennifer Fernandez
Jennifer Fernandez

Jennifer has over 29 years of experience in the field of education. She holds a BA in Elementary Education and Spanish and an MA in Bilingual/Bicultural Studies with an emphasis on Bilingual Education. Her teaching experience includes everything from Pre-K4 to second grade, in both general education and bilingual/dual language settings. Jennifer left the classroom to work more closely with educators as a Professional Learning Specialist for Pre-K4SA in San Antonio, TX. where she spent six and half years coaching and providing professional development opportunities for early childhood educators. Jennifer has recently switched roles and is currently employed as an Early Childhood Subject Matter Expert with School Specialty, Inc. Her presentations cover many important topics in early childhood with a strong focus on information and strategies for Pre-K and Kindergarten teachers.

Course Curriculum

  Dramatic Play Area: Areas of the Classroom Series
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