Lovely area for small world play outdoors from 'Erin' - image shared by Five Star Family Day Care Maitland (",)

Small World Area - Lovely area for small world play outdoors from 'Erin' - image shared by Five Star Family Day Care Maitland (",)

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display!

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display! School counselors - could make it a great lesson on diversity & add stones to our school garden

Mud kitchen - Children Learn What They Live ≈≈

Mud kitchen - Children Learn What They Live. We have plenty of tree stumps to make this table and seats.

Make a camping themed reading area out of construction paper, a bucket, and toilet paper rolls. | 36 Clever DIY Ways To Decorate Your Classroom

Camping Learning Center at Preschool with Fire Pit for Summer Fun (my dramatic play center is a campsite during the insect and spiders theme) Use for night in the forest. Also use during summer theme for camping

Our new small world gravel area...construction vehicles, dinosaurs, minibeasts, so many ideas. The gravel was kindly donated from Interline Builders Merchants

"EY FroTeachers- wow your kids and their parents this year- a small construction area- add construction vehicles, hard hats, blocks and pictures. We don't have to copy everything-but inspiration is a point that blooms new teaching ideas.

Mud kitchen activity, developed for Carers Nest Pre-school

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.

"Getting to grips with shapes! This activity can also be great for mark making. Best outdoors this one, tiz a bit messy but easily cleaned. This is shaving foam! Squirt and spread across your surface. We then used our plastic shapes as templates and with our fingers drew around the outside, lifted up and had created our shapes which we then talked about. Great for shape classification!"

Cover the surface with shaving foam. Then use plastic shapes as templates and with fingers draw around the shapes.

I love the idea of having lots of natural materials gathered outside to play with.

boxes for sorting and keeping natural play objects - let the children play: reggio-inspired learning environments part 3

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