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I like the hanging baskets for loose part storage, especially in an outdoor play area.

hanging baskets for loose part storage in an outdoor play area.

Loose Parts  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 - "loose parts"

10 Reasons to Love Loose Parts An Everyday Story 10 Reasons to Love Loose Parts | Day 25   30 Days to Transform Your Play

10 Reasons to Love Loose Parts

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wonderful idea for sorting, stacking and building with loose parts

Natural wood stacker - image shared by Awe Wonder ≈≈ OUR PLAY GROUND! Minus the awesome ocean behind it :(

Want this apple basket tree in my classroom.

Oh my goodness, teachers *do* love creative and pretty storage! I found this apple basket tree several years ago as I was treasure huntin.

Loose Parts Storage and Organization ≈≈

loose parts storage heaven Jennifer Kable onto Loose parts play

Outlast Cascade: running water for loose parts play!

Make a outside water table Kids will love it Jessica

What a fun way to teach weight and measurement —with a real level!

DIY outdoor balance scale for kids - add some science to your backyard!

stumps as stages for play, plus shelves of small toys and loose parts. It would be great to double the stumps around the firepit

Outdoor block area from My Intentional Play (",) Great way to organize and invite children to use the outdoor area with as much intent as they do inside.

Learn with Play at Home: Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

Learn with Play at Home: Using Loose Parts for Play. Loads of brilliant ideas for using stuff already around the house for play and learning maths concepts

Threading set made from chunky natural materials

let the children play: Theory of loose parts, Simon Nicholson

On your preschool and early childhood playground, or even in your back yard, it's important to supply items that are open ended - let the children play: theory of loose parts

Organizing Loose Parts - storage between our Nature Area and our Building Area.

Organizing Loose Parts - storage between the Nature Area and the Building Area.

Frames and Loose parts - love it!

Provocation allows children to translate their thinking…

Frames and Loose parts - love it!

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.

"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.
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