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natural play areas for schools - Google Search

natural play areas for schools - Google Search

natural play areas for schools - Google Search

natural play areas for schools - Google Search

"... Westonites, Scott Akers collected all the materials for the natural playground and Ed Whitley helped to build it. You’ll love this new outdoor space to explore a…"

Check Out the First Natural Playground Built by Aspetuck Land Trust

"... Westonites, Scott Akers collected all the materials for the natural playground and Ed Whitley helped to build it. You’ll love this new outdoor space to explore a…"

Open ended and easy for kids to move, tree cookies lend themselves easily to creative and imaginative play.  One minute they are a seat or table, the next a part of a train, and then a tower:

Open ended and easy for kids to move, tree cookies lend themselves easily to creative and imaginative play. One minute they are a seat or table, the next a part of a train, and then a tower:

outdoor+spaces+for+kids | Learning for Life: Outdoor Play Link-up - It's all about the right ...

outdoor+spaces+for+kids | Learning for Life: Outdoor Play Link-up - It's all about the right ...

http://adventurouschild.com/tree-cookies.php  Tree Cookies for the natural preschool playground.  Preschoolers can jump from cookie to cookie or pick up the Tree Cookies and move them around, making different patterns and trying out different distances.  We love loose parts on the preschool playground!  #playoutdoors

http://adventurouschild.com/tree-cookies.php Tree Cookies for the natural preschool playground. Preschoolers can jump from cookie to cookie or pick up the Tree Cookies and move them around, making different patterns and trying out different distances. We love loose parts on the preschool playground! #playoutdoors

Nature Play Coming to Every Community - Nature Play & Learning Places:  Creating and Managing Places Where Children Engage with Nature - printable guide from NWF on creating such spaces

Nature Play Coming to Every Community - Nature Play & Learning Places: Creating and Managing Places Where Children Engage with Nature - printable guide from NWF on creating such spaces

Use wood scraps for outdoor blocks - talk to your local sawmill, wood yard, or arborist! Guaranteed they can hook you up if you explain what you're doing. This would be a wonderful idea for schools, playgrounds, etc. No reason you couldn't get the kids involved and even paint some of the "blocks" with non-toxic paints as well.

Use wood scraps for outdoor blocks - talk to your local sawmill, wood yard, or arborist! Guaranteed they can hook you up if you explain what you're doing. This would be a wonderful idea for schools, playgrounds, etc. No reason you couldn't get the kids involved and even paint some of the "blocks" with non-toxic paints as well.

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