Small world play replicates environments children see in everyday life. Here are some ideas on how you can incorporate everyday items into your fun play.
If you are new to “small worlds” read this wonderful Beginners Guide to Small Worlds to learn all the great benefits for your child’s development. If you need some advice on where to find fun small world parts, take LittleWorlds advice on her four favorite places to discover new materials.
Make a small world zoo with every day items for hours of fun.
Don’t forget to add these homemade volcanos to your dinosaur world.
A spring themed small world is perfect for loose nature pieces and early word/letter recognition.
Using fabric scraps in your small worlds has such potential, look at this dinosaur world for inspiration.
Make glittery ice for a fun sensory Arctic ice world.
I love the use of broccoli in this jungle fun world!
This “on the farm” world is made entirely from everyday household items – so accessible!
Bring nature inside for some floor time exploring a buggy small world.
Try this easy DIY recipe and check out the list of everyday materials to enjoy in a Desert world.
You basically just need some water and a dish for this simple frog small world.
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