The weather is finally warm enough to encourage your kids to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. Need ideas? We have a few fun ways that you and your little one can play together that will leave you both smiling and feeling fresh from much needed outdoor time. But the best part is that you can do everything in your backyard! Here are ways you can turn your backyard into a place of wonder and exploration for your little one:
1. Outdoor Reading Palace!
-Build your very own Reading Palace with our “Outdoor Pillow,” perfect for creating a comfy environment outdoors for you and your children to settle in and read.
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2. Splash Some Color Outside
-Spring is all about bright colors! Inject a little into your day by going out with your kids and drawing together with the “Wheelie Painter!” It’s a perfect for color exploration and encouraging your child’s creative flair!
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3. Go on a picnic!
-Not only can you spend some quality cooking quality recipes, (like those from “The Budding Chef” ) but you can also take the finished product outside for a picnic! Our “Picnic Play Set” is a soft basket that comes with a soft play food so that even children as young as 18 months can enjoy there time outdoors.
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4. Start your own EarthBox
-Kids love to see things grow! Let them help you choose and then plant seeds. Show them how to be attentive to the plants’ needs daily as they grow in your Earthbox.
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5. Go Camping in the Backyard!
-Children will feel like real-life explorers as they help you pitch their very own shelter. You can peer out from within with your little ones and teach them about the world around them.
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6. Make Your Own Water Park!
-It doesn’t take much to leave kid’s smiling when water is involved. Use the “Grub Scouts’ Sprinkler” to have water streaming in all directions as kids are involved in active play. Don’t forget the towels when you’re finished!
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7. Sketch, Journal and Draw!
-Have your kids practice their letters, draw a nearby bird or simple journal about their day with these unique pencils made from real twigs. Everyone knows natural lighting is the best for doing homework!
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