A great kids game! Similar to hopscotch #hopscotch #summer

this would be great if you have a lot of sidewalk/paths at your house, cool way to keep kiddos entertained! (Diy Furniture For Kids)

Add an ice cube tray to the mud kitchen to make mud bricks for construction play

Mud Bricks

Here& an arts and crafts activity for preschoolers and pre-kindergarteners: build brick buildings with homemade mud bricks made from dirt and water.

Painting stones with water... from Rachel (",)

Stones & Water

Painting stones with water.great set-up on the science area table for a few days. Could also put this in our outdoor area, so the stones can become part of the zen garden!

Mud garden!

Sand and water table idea outdoor 20 mud kitchen ideas in mini decoration 2 with outdoor kitchen mud kitchen inspiration best of

Interesting idea for putting a play area on asphalt, concrete or hard soil in a temporary build. The tires and rocks can be removed, and the sand and rocks swept up. Interesting idea for day cares in urban settings without access to grass or soil.

Interesting idea for putting a play area on asphalt, concrete or hard soil in a temporary build. The tires and rocks can be removed, and the sand and rocks swept up. Interesting idea for day cares in urban settings without access to grass or soil.

Mud kitchen - love the pallets used for the flooring, great way to keep the floor tidy, as it can be swept up (another great life lesson.)

Top 20 of Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids

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

"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.

do it yourself water wall made from peg board, dollar store pool noodles, funnels, bottles and planters.

do it yourself water wall made from peg board, dollar store pool noodles, funnels, bottles and planters. - pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Here's a great outdoor activity - a NUMBER HUNT! Stick foam numbers (or simply write) onto plastic garden label sticks. Hide the sticks in the garden and then send the kids outdoors to find them. Once found, ask them to line up the sticks in the correct order.

Stick foam numbers (or simply write) onto plastic garden label sticks. Hide the sticks in the garden and then send the kids outdoors to find them. Once found, ask them to line up the sticks in the correct order.

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