We enhanced the water tray by adding a washing line. As well as wringing the clothes of water and in turn developing gross motor skills they also developed their fine motor skills by squeezing open the pegs! Also lots of fun!
Pinner writes: I've used feely boxes for years, primarily as a hook to introduce new lessons. I like the simplicity of these. I also like the idea of using a number of them to introduce textures, shapes, etc.
Just Add Water!
Use water gutters for engineering.
Home Corner Idea
outdoor 20 mud kitchen ideas in mini decoration 2 with outdoor kitchen mud kitchen inspiration best of. Maybe we could trellis mini pumpkins over the kitchen area, would add shade and fun.
Part Two - Continuous Provision and Outdoors
Add washing up liquid to puddles and sweep! Great physical activity and pretend play outdoors
Insect Hotels Provide a home to pollinators and pest controllers. Tidy gardens, lawns and lack of dead wood, mean less and less habitat for wild bees, spiders and ladybugs. Here are all kinds of insect hotels that you could make.
Fine motor work for preschoolers using nature finds! (fall crafts for kids fine motor skills)
Home corner- lots of real items including cake tins and trays, aprons, real food…
Here's a welcoming dramatic play/housekeeping area.
let the children play: The Pod: bringing loose parts play to you
Lovely quiet space shared on Kinder Inspiration (",) gotta love the cardboard box
This mega set of open-ended loose parts resources is the perfect way to get loose parts play started in your setting or to extend current resources. Loose parts play is a fantastic way to extend children’s problem solving, design skills, imagination, coll