But…Isn’t It Dangerous? Risk and Reward in Nature Play

Kids need to play in nature! Research shows childhood outdoors experiences have developmental benefits. //Risk and Reward in Nature Play article by Ken Finch

Reggio Loose Parts Play Outdoors

Reggio loose parts play at home outdoors. Using open-ended materials, mirrors & sand. Heuristic play encourages creativity and imagination.

Classroom With No Walls: The Power of Outdoor Learning. Rain or Shine Mamma. Good post on forest schools in general and ongoing blog with "lessons".

A Classroom with No Walls: The Power of Outdoor Learning

Here are 15 natural play ideas involving dirt and water for your kids. They'll learn, explore and have fun into the bargain.

The Ultimate Toys: Dirt and Water

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Planning a Playful Garden: Plants that are Perfect for Play

Including plants in your garden that are suitable for kids to use in their play is a great way to encourage them to be outside - playing, interacting and

Activities for Early Childhood Outdoor Education

Activities for Early Childhood Outdoor Education


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