Outdoor Blog Roundup – July

Outdoor Play Roundup Can you believe it is monthly roundup time again already?! These months are flying by!

This month we have a C theme going on with cars, cardboard and crabs followed by some good old fashioned carefree puddle splashing. Enjoy!

To start off this month’s roundup we have some fabulous car ramp painting from Adventure of Adam. We loved the process behind the art and the opportunity to end up with something perfect for hanging on the wall indoors. It looks like little Adam enjoyed the clean up just as much as making the mess too, which is always a bonus.

From Becoming a Stay at Home Mum we had two fantastic ways to play with cardboard. Monkey has been enjoying some carboard tunnel fun and some lovely cardboard painting. Who needs toys when you have carboard?

The Boy and Me have inspired us to try some crabbing this summer with a gorgeous post sharing their crabbing adventures including some top tips for the best success.

the boy and me crabbingAnd last but not least we adored these super cute puddle splashing photos from Mummy Constant. If they don’t get you up and out enjoying the rain we don’t know what will!

On Facebook this month National Children’s Day UK shared a thought provoking post about screen addicted parents and practicing what we preach. Are you guilty of checking your phone once to often? I think we might be from time to time.

So what are your plans for the upcoming month? Will you be using cars or cardboard to get arty in the garden or has Mummy Constant inspired you to get splashing? We would love to see how you play outdoors this summer so please pop on over to our facebook page Adventure Togs or tweet us @AdventureTogs and share your fun. We can’t wait to hear what you have been up to.


7 thoughts on “Outdoor Blog Roundup – July”

  1. Outdoors is always a must for us – and a couple of the latest playgrounds have had a revamp. We are also lucky enough to have use of the local school swimming pool (outdoor). When we aren’t taking advantage of the local facilities I try and get the girls to pick blackberries (early this year) or scavenger hunt to encourage them to walk further than they realise!

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