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This display of the wood and stones is so inviting and would definitely grad childrens attention when they are looking for what they would like to play with. I think its incredibly important to keep loose materials presented in an inviting, intriguing way

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Gorgeous counting resources made by Fingadingadoo - at Puzzles Family Day Care.

outdoor play areas, small tableau inside contained spaces like tires, set up like an outdoor small world

I love the idea of creating tiny play worlds with kids. & tires are easy enough to come by. (But I would spraypaint them first) -let the children play: imaginative play in a tyre

how we learn through outdoor play

9 UNIQUE Outdoor Activities for Babies

From an old cable reel and artificial grass - This would look so great in the recycling, environmental, or garden theme classroom!

What to do with a cable reel?

Oooh I think I need another one! From an old cable reel and artificial grass, ideal for small world play or for displaying items for investigation and exploration

Just a picture, a sand (sensory) table.  I love this display of all the natural and wooden materials.

Trees study unit- sand, scoops and loose parts what a great way to explore texture,form,pattern and nature

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mrs Clarke - how about this for the spare mud (sorry garden) pit? Weaving wigwam - could take out fabric strips and let the kids weave through the lattice play house

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outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning. Would be fun to continue to add pictures of outdoor learning throughout the school year.

Outdoor dining area - New Shoots Tauranga ≈≈ I love these log stools and tables!

Outdoor dining/work area - New Shoots Tauranga ≈≈ I love these log stools and tables!

Color Inquiry: An Invitation to Explore Graduating Shades of Blue to Create Ombré Art (from Antonella Fabbro on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/1VWvFzm6Va/?taken-by=antfabb)

Our colour inquiry led to an interest in shades. An invitation to explore graduating shades of blue to create ombré art.