5 Fun Activities for Learning using Everyday Materials

Feb 5, 2013

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Welcome to  TUESDAY TOTS for this week

This Week:
Learn with Play at home is featuring

5 Fun Activities for Learning
with Natural Materials

(if you missed it, we featured Valentines Activities with added learning)


Once again it was a another great week of kids activities linked up to Tuesday Tots. Here at Learn with Play at home we love to include as much learning in our Activities as we can and love exploring the use of all sorts of materials.
The activities that we've featured this week, all include one or more great learning activities using materials that are easily found and sourced.
I hope you enjoy them.

1) Nature LettersI just loved this gorgeous gumnut alphabet from An Idea on Tuesday. I just wanted to play myself!

2) Clothesline Learning. I loved the 13 fun clothesline activity ideas shared in this post by Raise a boy

3) Name Letter HuntA great way to help kids recognise their names with a fun name hunt with shell letters by How to Run a Home Daycare. (I need to get shell collecting!)

4) Toddler Vegetable Exploration. To really get to know vegetables, I loved how Princesses, Pies & Preschool Pizzazz talked and explored the vegetables before painting with them!

5) Colour Matching GameWe love using bottle tops and here is a fun colour matching game using them by Fun Toddler Activities.

Congratulations if you were featured and thanks for linking up!  
If you're featured you're welcome to grab a featured button. via the link.

We love using recycled materials and everyday bits and bobs
for our activities too. Here are a couple from us.
(just click the picture to go to the activity)

             recycled activities, recycling for kids, kids activities  


Now it's your turn to link up your posts for children aged 5 & under. 

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

Maybe next week you will be featured.

(please read the guidelines before linking up)

Happy playing,
Debs :)

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