As always, thanks for linking up at Stress-Free Sunday! So many great ideas were shared at last week’s link-up! Today I’m excited to feature those focused on outdoor fun for children.
Engineer and I are thinking of creating our own versions of KC Edventure’s “Create an Outdoor Activity Jar that Rocks”.
Train Up a Child’s “Gross Motor Balloon Games” are definitely on our summer to-do list!
I love Like Mama ~ Like Daughter’s “Creative Kids” post about letting children have free time to create outdoors.
Engineer and I are already planning to create a “Beach Themed Sensory Bin” inspired by Buggy & Buddy.
Sorting Sprinkles’ “Spring for Preschoolers” has some wonderful ideas for teaching children about spring and the outdoors!
Here are some outdoor fun ideas from Fun-A-Day as well:
- Windy Day Science Activity (a guest post on B-Inspired Mama)
- A Muddy Day Outside
- Snow Building Blocks
- Playing in the Rain
- Chalk & Water
If you’d like to grab a button for this link-up, feel free:
<div align="center"><a href="http://www.fun-a-day.com" title="Stress-Free Sunday at Fun-A-Day!" target="_blank"><img src="https://fun-a-day.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Stress-Free-Sunday-Button.jpg" alt="Stress-Free Sunday at Fun-A-Day!" style="border:none;" /></a></div>
If you were featured, I have a special button just for you:
<div align="center"><a href="http://www.fun-a-day.com" title="Stress-Free Sunday at Fun-A-Day!" target="_blank"><img src="https://fun-a-day.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/featured-stress-free-sunday.jpg" alt="Stress-Free Sunday at Fun-A-Day!" style="border:none;" /></a></div>
Now, grab a cup of coffee and join me for the Stress-Free Sunday link-up. You can link up anything family-friendly . . . it doesn’t have to be related to the ideas I shared above. Please keep in mind that, by linking up, you’re giving me permission to share a picture and a link back to your post. I can’t wait to see what you share this week!
Shared at Link & Learn
Preschool Gardening and Outdoor Tools
One of the most important things we can allow young children to explore, in my opinion, is the great outdoors. Whether that means letting the children explore the woods by the preschool, the mulch around the playground, the field of grass outside, or the school garden, the children will get so much out of exploring natural things.
With that in mind, I’ve created a list of some great items to keep on hand for your class of little outdoors people. Some of them are on the pricier side, but they can be used for years to come! Check out the list below.
I may get commissions for purchases made through links in this post.
- Kids gardening gloves
- Child-friendly gardening tools
- Children’s wheelbarrow
- A set of kids’ aprons
- Kid-friendly shovels
- Plastic pails
- Watering cans
- Construction vehicles set
- Kid’s ride-on excavator
Done-for-You Preschool Resources
Planning meaningful lessons for students week after week while balancing other teaching responsibilities and a personal life can be a daunting task. That’s where Preschool Teacher 101 comes in to save you time!
Outdoor play is so good for children. They get to use their imagination, strengthen so many skill sets, and, most importantly, get in touch with nature. Check out some of Preschool Teacher 101’s outdoor-themed resources! Click on the images below to learn more .
Join The Pack from Preschool Teacher 101 today for exclusive access to our content. We have a variety of membership options to suit your needs.