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Worms Eye-View: OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS. EYFS LINKS

Worms Eye-View: OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS. EYFS LINKS

Leave plastic animals in a bin outside (near the garden, next to the sandbox, next to a patch of trees, etc) -- when children go outside to play, they can use them and let their imaginations run wild! My recommendation: the children should only play with these toys outside -- that way, they'll look forward to playing outside -- make sure they run around too ;)

Leave plastic animals in a bin outside (near the garden, next to the sandbox, next to a patch of trees, etc) -- when children go outside to play, they can use them and let their imaginations run wild! My recommendation: the children should only play with these toys outside -- that way, they'll look forward to playing outside -- make sure they run around too ;)

I love the possibilities for co-operative learning that this water fort offers - using language to help problem solving and critical thinking.

I love the possibilities for co-operative learning that this water fort offers - using language to help problem solving and critical thinking.

"Kenan also cut a ton of natural wood blocks for the kids. They had a great time building fairy houses and structures and kingdoms and knocking them down again. Ours are really roughly cut (husband used a chain saw), we didn't sand them or seal them or anything. It is truly amazing to see their imaginations at work."

"Kenan also cut a ton of natural wood blocks for the kids. They had a great time building fairy houses and structures and kingdoms and knocking them down again. Ours are really roughly cut (husband used a chain saw), we didn't sand them or seal them or anything. It is truly amazing to see their imaginations at work."