Outdoor chalkboard! For the kids, put by swing set..........maybe attach to the back part of pool deck facing the garden.

The outdoor chalk board could be cool in the secret garden. Outdoor chalk board would be great for our kids, whilst covering up the old wooden fence

Messy Maths area via Lucas Training and Consultancy (LTCL) ≈

This is a GREAT idea. Math has ya own section outside and it's titled " messy maths " which is creative!

"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.

Store display ideas (for Tracie) pallets and baskets, could do chalkboard labels on baskets, colorful liners have stuff folded in it, and some draped over side.

Invitation to play with shapes and loose parts. Fun learning idea for recognising shapes, colours and patterns for toddlers and preschoolers.

Invitation to play with shapes

McKay Carter i like this photo because we could use this shapes on the bottom of the photo to make larger shapes

Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash - Stimulating Learning | Stimulating Learning

Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash

Loose parts invitation from Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash - Stimulating Learning

Love the way ABC Does has presented the natural materials for his mud kitchen (",)

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.

Tinkering table- love this. Maybe with lots of objects that can be taken apart and put back together. Screwdrivers

Tinkering table- love this. Maybe with lots of objects that can be taken apart and put back together.

Maths area ideas

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Eastern Jungle Gym Textured Rock Wall Climbing Hand Holds Green with Mounting Hardware - Swing Set Parts and Accessories

Eastern Jungle Gym Textured Rock Wall Climbing Hand Holds Green with Mounting Hardware - Swing Set Parts and Accessories

We drew a variety of patterns on a large sheet of paper, we then set up a range of different resources for the children to use to follow the patterns. We also added the tweezers to create extra opportunities to practice using our fine motor skills :)

We drew a variety of patterns on a large sheet of paper, we then set up a range of different resources for the children to use to follow the patterns. We also added the tweezers to create extra opportunities to practice using our fine motor skills :)

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