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What's For Dinner? Coasters

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Here's a quick and easy activity to keep kids busy at a restaurant. All you need is to find some cardboard coasters which have at least one side blank and some crayons. The idea is to draw a selection of meals on some coasters and people on other coasters and then match up the people to the meals they want.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard drinks coasters with at least one side blank (or cut out circles of paper/card or use paper plates)
Crayons



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Method
Imagine the coaster is a dinner plate. Draw a meal on each coaster plate.
Imagine another coaster is a person's face. Draw the face onto the coaster.



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Match up the food with the people.
Make up stories about the people. What are their names? Did they like their meal? What's their favourite food?



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Rosie is having spaghetti bolognaise




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Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Quick
#Travel games
#Drawing
#Food
#Imaginary play
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