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Messy play recipes                                                                                                                                                     More

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Creating Forest Faces & Mud Monsters from TheBoyAndMe (",)

Creating Forest Faces & Mud Monsters from TheBoyAndMe (",)

Loose Parts - The Remida Project ≈≈Some of these look like the channeled floor boards cut into small pieces! How fun for kids to fit them together along with everything else!

Loose Parts - The Remida Project ≈≈Some of these look like the channeled floor boards cut into small pieces! How fun for kids to fit them together along with everything else!

Pretend Paper Hair Salon for Kids - This looks like so much fun, especially for a rainy day!!

Pretend Paper Hair Salon for Kids - This looks like so much fun, especially for a rainy day!!

house bed

house bed

STONE STORIES Rocks Hand Painted with Pouch by BrownsThreadWorks                                                                                                                                                                                 More

STONE STORIES Rocks Hand Painted with Pouch by BrownsThreadWorks More

Reggio Emilia, Reggio nature table, Spring, Natural materials, Sensory Play, Waldorf, Nature, Montessori, Nature Area,Kids spaces www.naturalbeachliving.com

Reggio Emilia, Reggio nature table, Spring, Natural materials, Sensory Play, Waldorf, Nature, Montessori, Nature Area,Kids spaces www.naturalbeachliving.com

Forest school activities

Forest school activities

I am a huge fan of open ended toys for kids, and these Waldorf inspired play silks are my absolute favorite. They are so simple, yet they are the first things my kids reach for when they play. They are used as capes, skirts, dresses, scarves, necklaces, wings, crowns, baby carriers, hammocks, slings, leashes, flags, sails, …

I am a huge fan of open ended toys for kids, and these Waldorf inspired play silks are my absolute favorite. They are so simple, yet they are the first things my kids reach for when they play. They are used as capes, skirts, dresses, scarves, necklaces, wings, crowns, baby carriers, hammocks, slings, leashes, flags, sails, …

Natural materials presented beautifully

Natural materials presented beautifully