30 Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids - 1001 Gardens
Mud kitchen (also known as an outdoor kitchen or mud pie kitchen) is one of the best resources in DIY projects for kids to play outside as kids playhouse.
50 things to do in the garden this summer
I have done something rather foolish. Not only was a silly enough to ask the children what they wanted to do in the summer holdiays, I then went and committed this to writing. Oh, and if that wasn't enough, I've...
The Garden Classroom
Transform your science and math, reading and writing, imaginative play, and arts and crafts all through garden-based activities. The Garden Classroom offers a whole year of outdoors play and learning ideas, however big or small your outdoor space – and comes with a lovely, free gift. Welcome to The Garden Classroom Your garden, no matter its […]
imaginative play in a tyre
A blog about preschool, play, early childhood education, learning outdoors, play outdoors, children and nature, play activities, kindergarten
Inquiring About Music: Our Sound Exploration Area
Before I show you our finished project, here is a quick rundown on the process leading up to it! You can see the process in more detail at...
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This set of plank signs are burnt with the different areas of any great natural play space. Drilled so you can hang them easily from trees, bushes and fences. Set of 5 C. L40cm x W16cm x H2cm. Sizes will vary as it’s a natural product. Rope not included.
bottle cap art
i recently finished an artist-in-residence at the Danville School in Danville, Vermont for their three-day arts festival. the theme was “ReUse” so we made some sculpture out of bottle …
School Wide Bottle Cap Mural Project
I am so excited to share the culmination and process behind 5 months of hard work to create this Bottle Cap Mural! This mural project is an amazing example of how capable children are given the opportunity to express themselves in new and innovative ways. I am so proud of the 208 students who collected…
Rainbow Trees From Up-cycled Plastics
As an artist and educator, much of my work is site-responsive. I like to with both the community from the area my job is based on and use recycled materials from the site too. Recently I worked with children from a local primary school to create this beautiful installation of rainbow trees. Initially, I asked the children and staff to bring in any non-recyclable plastics they had at home or in school. From my experience as a parent, I know the inevitability of finding broken and discarded…