outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning

outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning. Would be fun to continue to add pictures of outdoor learning throughout the school year.

Counting

Outdoor Maths: Pink and Blue Milestones. Use chalk to count and sort items found outdoors.

32 Homemade Christmas Decorations

30 Breathtakingly Rustic Homemade Christmas Decorations

Run & Count - an active math game

Counting Game: Run and Count

Run and Count is a game we use to practice counting, and get more familiarity with numbers. I give the kids cards with varying numbers of stickers on them, the kids count the stickers on the cards, and then run and find the stick that corresponds

Simple nature weaving activity - and lots of other art ideas as well!

Kids Art: 20 Ways to Get Arty Outdoors

Using natural materials found outside to create mandalas is a lovely way to work collaboratively, build numeracy and patterning skills, and create a stunning piece of eco-artwork.

Using natural materials found outside to create mandalas is a lovely way to work collaboratively, build numeracy and patterning skills, and create a stunning piece of eco-artwork. Another creative outdoor activities with loose parts

This wasn't for halloween, but I bet after you pull out all the tees the light show with a candle inside would be awesome!

Exploring the Outdoor Classroom: Pumpkins and Golf Tees.we did this all the time in my preschool. Great hand eye coordination and fine motor development. (autumn activities for kids preschool)

Daisy Footprints – Maths Outdoors | Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

Daisy Footprints –use with green team.a literal visual for kids to see their impact on the earth. use with a photo project?

Homemade rosemary water for natural sensory play!

Rosemary Scented Water for Natural Sensory Play

Make some rosemary scented water for natural sensory play exploration, as a real treat for the senses! Perfect for outdoor water play investigating plants their properties more closely (",)

'Take one broken hula hoop, add some coloured wool, then let the children weave in, out, under over & around and around with coloured wool & beads' - from Heather Mary, image shared by Teach Preschool (",)

Take one broken hula hoop, add some coloured wool, then let the kids weave in, out, under over and around and around with coloured wool and beads and.

Letting Children Go Wild: A new approach to the design of play areas is giving a boost to childhood health and development  11-07-2012 // By Heather Millar

Natural outdoor play spaces (National Wildlife Magazine) -- Children in a nature play area outside the Charlotte Nature Museum in North Carolina.

Bottle Top Leaf Boats - something else to do on a rainy day with a puddle

Bottle Top Leaf Boats

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