8 Creative Outside Play Ideas for kids

Jun 25, 2013

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8 Creative Outside Play Ideas for kids


These great posts all came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup
where we featured "Fun and Easy DIY Ideas for kids"




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Practically all of our time spent outside is in unstructured play. Children don't need fancy equipment or special activities to keep them entertained outside, but these fabulously creative outside play ideas might be just what you need to inspire and encourage some natural learning and investigation while having an absolute ball!



1.  Sensory Soup from Happy Hooligans

2.  Fun Kids Rock Quarry from Mummy Musings and Mayhem (love this so much!)

3. PVC Pipe Water Fun  from  rubberboots and elf shoes

4. Make a "Magic" tree from Learn with Play at Home (that's us).



5. Squirtable Sidewalk Chalk from Learn Create Love.

6.  Mini Stonehenge and Stone Circles from Growing Together (play laugh learn)

7.  Water Exploration Station from My Buddies and I

8.  Homemade River and Boats from Gift of Curiosity



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Now it's time to link up those great ideas for children aged 5 and under. 

Remember to check back on all the great ideas that are linked up each week starting on a Tuesday.

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Happy playing,
Debs :)


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5 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring our "soup", Debs! Great collection of ideas here! I've pinned many of them!

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    1. More than welcome Jackie. Love the use of fresh herbs.. mmm :)

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  2. Made my day that you featured our pvc pipe physics. Thanks so much. I'm going a-pinning.

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  3. Thanks for featuring our Stonehenge. Loving your other features this week too

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  4. I love it! Great post :)

    www.vindiebaby.com
    Vintage Inspired Girls

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