Natural play spaces
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Age: 2 years & up Size: 24"W x 40"L x 36"H Weight: 55 lbs. Learn the mysteries of underground plant growth with the Eco Root View Planter. Children will be fascinated to watch the natural world of seed germination right before their very own eyes. They will learn about horticulture in a unique way, and also be able to harvest their hard work. The frame is made from recycled plastic and is durable, washable, and weather resistant. The poly-carbonite windows provide a clear, unobstructed view…
Sandra Chea saved to steam & school
Measure and compare items found during your outdoor adventures! Compare pinecones to twigs, seashells to sand—add or remove items to balance both sides. A fantastic way to bring your classroom or homeschool outdoors! TEACH AND EXPLORE: Explore volume and compare solids and liquids with this sturdy bucket balance. Build observation and estimation skills while gaining a deeper understanding of mass measurement. DIMENSIONS: Measures 20" x 20" x 23." Buckets not included. Requires minor…
Rachel Riggs saved to Playroom activities/Design
Tubular bell tree. School/Playground/Garden instrument. Pentatonic & Diatonic. Exeptional resonance. Industrial alloy
Tubular Bell Tree. Garden Instrument. Outdoor Xylophone. - Etsy
Kayleigh Sosa saved to Backyard ideas
Buy Seasons of Play: Natural Environments of Wonder by Rusty Keeler and Read this Book on Kobo's Free Apps. Discover Kobo's Vast Collection of Ebooks and Audiobooks Today - Over 4 Million Titles!
karen st. john saved to build it
Mud Kitchen Food Story Stones for Kids Pretend Play Toy - Etsy UK
Holly Ayre saved to Allotment ideas
Strong and safe, these crates are specifically designed for educational use. Children can be the architects of their own play with this multi-functional, open-ended resource.
Peeran Afroze saved to Outdoor play
Originally posted August 2020, Updated January 2022 Let me start off by saying, “good job!” You’ve made it to August. Holy moly, 2020 has been a long year already and it’s not over yet. As I...
Amy Donahue-Kelley saved to kiddos
* We sometimes use affiliate links, so we may receive a commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link. Check our disclosure for more info.I’m not one to throw the “I’ve got 3 four kids” card out there (often), but I’ve got 3 kids… so when it comes toContinue Reading
Maja Grof saved to backyard ideas
A balance beam can be a fun addition to a yard, especially if you have kids. Want to build it yourself? Sara teaches you how!
Farrah Butter saved to Home Sweet Home
Spring is almost here --- time to wake up from my hibernation and get these little cubs of mine outside! The warm sunshine never fails to make me want to spruce up our outdoor play
Anna McGraw saved to First grade