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This reminds me of the giant rocks in our backyard in Maine. I took my sidewalk chalk down there and made my own playhouse.

Stomping in the Mud: May/June Month End Snapshots! Gorgeous presentation of loose parts.

let the children play: create a natural playscape in your own backyard

Exploring shells: This provocation uses shells and coconut scented natural playdough. The post also includes other explorations of shells. {from Fantastic Fun & Learning}

20 ideas for playscapes. Some of my favorites: incorporate space for art, plant herbs everywhere, create soundscapes

Bring a basket of loose parts, natural materials and other pieces to the water table. First ask them to guess which sink or float and then ask them to see if they were right or not.This activity is good to see how materials interact with water.

benefits of unsupervised outdoor play