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incorporate loose parts into your backyards or playground to foster children's imaginative, constructive and creative play and connect children with the natural world.

incorporate loose parts into your backyards or playground to foster children's imaginative, constructive and creative play and connect children with the natural world.

Set up an area with loose materials for playing with (reflections from reggio emilia via let the children play)

Set up an area with loose materials for playing with (reflections from reggio emilia via let the children play)

let the children play: Ideas for adding natural elements to your outdoor play space - Part 3

let the children play: Ideas for adding natural elements to your outdoor play space - Part 3

Ways to organize loose parts outside.  from Jenny Kable's superb blog "let the children play."

Ways to organize loose parts outside. from Jenny Kable's superb blog "let the children play."

natural playground | Natural Playground / Extraordinary Classroom: Just When we Thought It ...

natural playground | Natural Playground / Extraordinary Classroom: Just When we Thought It ...

Loose parts for the playground ≈≈ http://www.pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/preschool-outdoor-play-environments/

Loose parts for the playground ≈≈ http://www.pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/preschool-outdoor-play-environments/

Use wood scraps for outdoor blocks - talk to your local sawmill, wood yard, or arborist! Guaranteed they can hook you up if you explain what you're doing. This would be a wonderful idea for schools, playgrounds, etc. No reason you couldn't get the kids involved and even paint some of the "blocks" with non-toxic paints as well.

Use wood scraps for outdoor blocks - talk to your local sawmill, wood yard, or arborist! Guaranteed they can hook you up if you explain what you're doing. This would be a wonderful idea for schools, playgrounds, etc. No reason you couldn't get the kids involved and even paint some of the "blocks" with non-toxic paints as well.

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