Saturday, January 19, 2013

Outdoor Play and Learn Environment update 1/18/13 & Reggio Fridays

Welcome to Reggio Fridays!!  

Link up below!!

This is an update of our outdoor play and learn environment. It has not been super bright and sunny these past few days, so the pics are a little dim. In these photos, the yard is all set up to play. It was just moment before my twins came outside to play!


Water and Science area





Sand box and Car & canyon train table with sand in it.




Art area












Garden in play area, ready for Spring planting






















17 comments:

  1. This is an awesome yard! Love the little science lab.

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  2. I love the idea of the "test tubes"...it gave me inspiration for adding tubes + turkey basters to Beth's water table...finally, she may figure out how to use droppers!

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  3. awesome!! if you blog about it let me know!!

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  4. I want to come live at your house!! And so do my kids! Great job!

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  5. You have so many fun play and learn spaces. They must have a blast experimenting with water and color.

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  6. That looks like so much fun! Can I come play.

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  7. I just loved your outdoor learning play area, I had to share it on this weeks Kids Co-Op :)http://mumoftwinsatoddlerandateenager.blogspot.com.au/2013/02/weekly-kids-co-op-outdoor-inspiration.html

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