LOVE!! outdoor tic tac toe... This would be great around a kid's house or in childcare area. Adults might even play, too :)

Outdoor tic tac toe using stone tiles and rocks. I would make a small garden for the kids and have this in it. Cute decor when the kids aren't playing with it. Great for when the mom is at work and the kids want to play

20 Amazing Outdoor Music Stations. From wind chimes, to banging walls, to a cool music man this post has SO much inspiration.

Discover thousands of images about 20 Amazing Outdoor Music Stations. From wind chimes, to banging walls, to a cool music man this post has SO much inspiration.

Make pretend food for your kid's mud kitchen using stones. Such a brilliantly simple idea to combine with mud pies!

Mud Kitchen Food

Mud Kitchen Food - Munchkins and Moms Make pretend food for your kid's mud kitchen using stones. Such a brilliantly simple idea to combine with mud pies!

Set the stage for imaginative play outdoors with small play garden spaces

I love the idea of creating tiny play worlds with kids. & tires are easy enough to come by. (But I would spraypaint them first) -let the children play: imaginative play in a tyre

garden loom - this was a huge success! we added moss, bits of wool roving, sticks, cherry bark, flowers and grasses

garden loom - this was a huge success! add moss, bits of wool roving, sticks, cherry bark, flowers and grasses

MINIBEAST SPOTTING FORM: Great printable sheet with a good selection of common minibeasts for a little hunt. From Sparklebox.

MINIBEAST SPOTTING FORM: Great printable sheet with a good selection of common minibeasts for a little hunt. We could paint these on the Kinder mural and the kids could do hunts for them!

Outdoor mark making area

plant pots would be good for storing stones, bark, sticks, shells etc outdoors as they have drainage so wouldn't matter when it rains

water and sand play

A Water and Sand Play Area at the sides, with a rocky waterflow, funnels and hose and lots of Marbles! Design by ArtBeast Gallery — ArtBeast Studio

let the children play: Handy ideas for storing loose parts for play More

"loose parts play" storage - rocks, sticks, and other materials are sorted into baskets so children can find them. "Loose parts play" = using objects without a set purpose to create.

Small world provocation on a planter - at Puzzles Family Day Care ≈≈

I like this using plastic wild animals but a similar setting for farm animals would be great too. Small world provocation on a planter - at Puzzles Family Day Care ≈≈

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