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mudkitchen love - and thoughts on loose parts and outdoor play with so many fun creative ideas to keep kids busy outside, helping them learn through play

A balance scale stimulates children's curiosity of measuring objects. They will naturally learn what objects are heavy or light. Also, through trial and error children will teach themselves about the balance relationships between different sizes and weights of objects.

Outdoor toy organization -- think the wood shelving would hold up to the heat, humidity, and rain with sealant?

Outdoor toy storage - if you've ever seen my lawn, you know I'm doing this stat! TOYS EVERYWHERE!

My kids aren't getting computers until they're in HS. Until then, they are playing outside and reading books. No choice in the matter.

I had a mud kitchen cabinet when I was little. My grandma stocked it with cookie cutters and bowls and all the things you see here. It sat near the spigot of an artesian well that produced the coldest, clearest water needed for the best mud cuisine.

I'll be a cool mom and do stuff like this someday. :) Ideas for Outdoor Play

ideas for outdoor play...my brother and I loved doing this as kids. We didn't have a neighborhood pool to go to.

Outdoor play kitchen. This would be a great opportunity to practice transferring skills. Transferring water from jars to glasses or using spoons and bowls. It will be a perfect introduction to quantity and estimation as well as the notion of "0" (nothing), children love this kind of activities!!

An outdoor play kitchen LOVE THIS!!! Def cannot DIY this (I can't) but I know of some shops in Gatlinburg I could commission a set from!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE

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