Sorting Colors looks like a lot of fun! For Peyton? Could we use it for other things, too, like letters and/or words? Hmmm...

Color Toss Activity (with Video!)

Minne-Mama: Color Sorting Toss Activity (with Video!) - Use ball pit balls or bean bags. (I would probably put something around each hole to keep the different colors separate).

Mud garden! Could also use these for sensory tubs full of rice, wheat, beans, corn etc. that could be taken in when they are done with but the birds can do the sweep up!

Top 20 of Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids

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

I would love to add this to our outdoor area. Its a mud kitchen. The children love to play in the mud and this is a great place for them to do so but in a more controlled setting.

Top 20 of Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids

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

Outdoor stage area for an EYFS with limited space!

Outdoor stage area for an EYFS with limited space! For music area We can use pallets n paint them?

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Great for mathematical development: Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

The dig pit - image shared by Early Years Learning. Love it! (",)

The dig pit - image shared by Early Years Learning. A dedicated area for some serious work to take place!

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