A fabulous article about an outdoor playful literacy activity by Malia from Playdough to Plato. Enjoy! ___________________________________________ I love making learning entertaining and this outdoor word scavenger hunt definitely does just that. As children race around tracing labels for common backyard objects, they don’t even notice that they are practicing reading and writing. It’s brilliantly
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Create open-ended, heuristic play opportunities for toddlers and beyond using gorgeous, silky rainbow scarves and lots of imagination!
It’s been a while since we had a new Discovery Box to explore and enjoy! If you follow me on Facebook you will know that I’ve
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Create a wonderfully different sensory experience using old fashioned soap flakes and powder paints!
To make coloured sensory soap you need: 1 box of soap flakes 4-5 jugs of warm water powder paint, water based paint or liquid food
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We have had some rainy days here recently and being stuck inside combined with having a newborn has led to some cabin fever for all of us! So the other day I made a quick game using some old milk containers for some indoor fun and energy-burning! This is SO
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Have some creative fun (and some playful literacy too) with an easy, indoor, water painting activity! Pop is verging on being obsessed with painting and wants to do it ALL the time. So much so that “paint, Mummy” was one of her first sentences! But we can’t have painting out
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