Outdoor play is my favorite kind of play. I love feeling the elements and watching my little girl explore to her heart is content.
Teach Preschool says preschoolers should get outside every day, but I think everyone should enjoy some outside time for the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical benefits nature provides. Leave no space unturned, these inspiring outdoor playscapes show that with a little elbow grease you can transform your outdoor space into a learning wonder-yard no matter the size.
Letter and sound matching is great for beginners.
This is a great ABC game, I can not wait to try!
Practice tracing letters and enjoy the squirting fun!
What is better than water play on a nice day? Water play with letters!
DIY a kids chalkboard! Make an oversized drawing board, cover the top of a table, or a recycled wooden box. Get creative!
Learn about the wind with these fun crafts and science experiments.
Enjoy a listening walk outside around your yard or neighborhood.
After the walk, dig around in the dirt to find and count bugs.
Do this simple DIY mud kitchen – it is AWESOME!
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