I'm not sure what DRDP is either, but here are some activities that come to mind:
>Give each child a blank white poster board to take home with the title All About Me! at the top. Include a note to the parents that they are to help their child make a poster. They might include photos of the child and family, pictures cut out of magazines showing the child's favorite toy, something drawn by the child to show their favorite color, favorite food, favorite kind of exercise, etc. Then the child will bring the poster in and show it to the class to explain about themselves. (We do this every year and the kids love it! Then we display the posters in the room. Family involvement is important in our program.)
>Read books about body parts and have the children draw a self-portrait. As they draw, provide verbal support by asking questions: How could we draw our head? A circle? Ok. Now what is your head attached to/ Your body? Good, draw your body. Etc. (We use the song Mat Man from Handwriting Without Tears with this activity.)
>Read books about feelings and have the children watch each others' faces as you ask them to make your face show that you are happy, sad, surprised, scared, etc. Then ask them to help you make a list of things that make you happy, sad, scared, angry, etc. Or ask them to draw a picture of how they are feeling right now and tell you why they feel that way. You could extend this activity for a week and make a feelings journal out of it. Whenever someone is clearly sad, angry, etc. ask them to draw a picture of it and you put dictation on the picture describing how they feel and why.
>Read a book like Corduroy and ask them to tell about or draw their favorite toy or have a sharing day and let them bring their favorite toy to show their friends. If you do a sharing day, I recommend not allowing the children to play with the toys, only show them at circle or small group time.
>Read books about healthy eating and ask the children to cut out pictures of their favorite healthy foods to glue on a paper plate to show a healthy meal they would like.
Oh my, I could go on about this all day, but I do have to go to work! LOL I'm sure you get the idea! Have fun with it and have a great day!
ECE teacher, mother of 3, grandmother of a whole bunch