Post Office Role-Play Resources
A4 post box (Ref: SB2076)
A simple printable post box template.  Could be used fixed to a box in your writing area, Post Office role-play area, or at Christmas time.
Post Office role-play badges (Ref: SB4167)
Simple printable badges for assigning different roles in a Post Office role-play situation.  Print, laminate and thread with string to go around children’s necks.
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Numbers 1-50 on house doors (Ref: SB5615)
The numbers 1-50 presented on coloured house front doors.
Numbers 1-50 on house doors - black and white
(Ref: SB5616)
The numbers 1-50 presented on black and white house front doors.  Ideal for printing on coloured paper or card.
2D shape letters (Ref: SB3376)
Different shaped letters for sorting games.  Great for use in a Post Office role-play situation.  Can be sorted by shape and also by the colour of stamp.
3D shape parcels (Ref: SB3377)
Different shaped parcels for sorting games.  Great for use in a Post Office role-play situation.  Can be sorted by shape and also by the colour of stamp.
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Posting a letter posters (Ref: SB2909)
A group of simple colour posters showing the process of posting a letter in 5 steps.
Posting a letter colouring sheets (Ref: SB2910)
A set of colouring pictures and instructions for posting a letter.  You could also print smaller size for cut and stick sequencing activities.
Design a postage stamp sheets (Ref: SB3634)
Blank postage stamp templates for children to design their own.
Numbers 1-50 on envelopes (Ref: SB8933)
The numbers from 1 to 50 presented on post-marked envelopes.
Numbers 1-30 on post boxes (Ref: SB1846)
The numbers from 1-30 presented on post boxes.
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Post Office role-play pack (Ref: SB335)
A set of excellent printable signs and labels for use in your Post Office role-play area.  Includes A4 posters, a ‘Post Office’ banner, labels, signs as well as writing aids for special deliveries, address labels etc.