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An easy DIY project to do with children - create wooden geoboards to explore patterns, shapes and colour while having fun with outdoor play! Great activity for home daycare and multiage groups!

An easy DIY project to do with children - create wooden geoboards to explore patterns, shapes and colour while having fun with outdoor play! Great activity for home daycare and multiage groups!

Toddler Branch Stacker- This set is handmade of ash branches and is untreated. There are 15 stacking pieces to go on the poles - helpful for learning counting and more/less as well as developing fine motor skills.    The base measures approximatey 4 - 5 inches in diameter and each stacking smaller piece is between one to two inches in diameter.

Toddler Branch Stacker- This set is handmade of ash branches and is untreated. There are 15 stacking pieces to go on the poles - helpful for learning counting and more/less as well as developing fine motor skills. The base measures approximatey 4 - 5 inches in diameter and each stacking smaller piece is between one to two inches in diameter.

DIY Treasure Chest for Toddlers:  Such a fun sensory activity for toddlers that promotes fine motor control and hand-eye coordination!

DIY Treasure Chest for Toddlers: Such a fun sensory activity for toddlers that promotes fine motor control and hand-eye coordination!

Panning for Gold - Kids collect rocks and paint them hide them in sand and use sifters to "pan for gold"

Panning for Gold - Kids collect rocks and paint them hide them in sand and use sifters to "pan for gold"

DIY Wooden Roads and Ramps for Toy Cars (Great for both inside and outdoor play!)~ BuggyandBuddy.com

DIY Wooden Roads and Ramps for Toy Cars (Great for both inside and outdoor play!)~ BuggyandBuddy.com

LOVE these wood slices painted with chalkboard paint! They'd be such an amazing addition to the outdoor classroom or Forest School! http://lindsaystephenson.com/blog/2013/09/wood-slices-sanders-html/

LOVE these wood slices painted with chalkboard paint! They'd be such an amazing addition to the outdoor classroom or Forest School! http://lindsaystephenson.com/blog/2013/09/wood-slices-sanders-html/