It’s time for the monthly outdoor play roundup and this time we have some lovely nature based outdoor play posts.
Planet Smarty Pants shares 10 great ways to get exploring science outdoors. From minibeast hunting to building with mud, Jump into Summer Science should keep you and your kiddies busy all half-term long.
This homemade sun dial from A Mom with a Lesson Plan is a brilliant idea! We love that you can spend all day playing outdoors stopping every 15 minutes to build your sun dial. What better excuse to spend the day outdoors.
Not sure there is going to be enough sun for your sun dial? Mum turned Mom shares some lovely ways to play in the rain in her post Dancing in the Sun and Singing in the Rain.
Adventures in Home Schooling has been one of our favourites this month with some lovely nature play ideas. They have been been spotting wildliflowers, discovering dead magpies and playing In the Stream including getting stuck in there for a short while!
So what are you waiting for? We would love to see pictures of you out enjoying nature, creating your own sun dial, dancing in the rain or even getting stuck in streams! However you choose to play outdoors send us your photos by posting on our facebook page Adventure Togs or tweeting us @Adventure Togs
It’s time for our second monthly outdoor play roundup and we have some lovely outdoor inspiration for you all.
Do you live near or are planning on visiting Yorkshire? Then Yorkshire Wildlife Park looks amazing and well worth a visit. Little Luca & Me certainly recommends it and shares some great shots of her little one getting up close and personal with a wallaby and a monkey.
Loving Life with Little Ones shows us just how much fun washing your car can be.
Over on facebook this month we discovered the lovely Twig Stories by Jo Marshall. These books are accompanied by wonderful illustrations and bring important environmental issues to children in a series of exciting adventures. They look like a must buy for any keen young reader.
So what are you waiting for? We would love to see pictures of your very own toddler car wash or find out if you have read any of the Twig Stories, or maybe you just have some great ideas to share. Either way let us know by posting on our facebook page Adventure Togs or tweeting us @Adventure Togs
We’ve read so many great outdoor play posts this month we thought we would share some of our favourites in a monthly roundup. So if you are looking for some outdoor inspiration then look no further.
Peakle Pie has been sharing how they have been learning about the importance of bees with the The Bee Pizza Game. We think this is a great way to start discovering the links between nature and our food. Something that is so often overlooked in the age of fast food and supermarkets.
Can you believe it is Mother’s Day already? If you are looking for a last minute gift idea for Mother’s Day then these Egg Box Flowers from One Blue One Pink are so cute. Perfect for any flower loving Mummy or Grandma.
Fairy season is well and truly on its way and we have been spotting fairy inspired ideas all over the web this month. Get in on the trend and make a lovely flower fairy. Not sure where to start? Naturally Educational has a step by step how to guide.
We also loved these Icy Experiments from Mama Frog blogs. Great sensory play that spans across all ages. A real opportunity to watch your children play and see where it takes them.
So what are you waiting for? We would love to see your flower fairies or the result of your ice experiments, or maybe you have some great ideas you think should be shared on our next roundup. Either way let us know by posting on our facebook page Adventure Togs or tweeting us @Adventure Togs