With spring here that means we’re heading outdoors a lot more and loving it. What can you do outside that can occupy those preschoolers. Well, it’s a great place to make a mess because you don’t have to worry so much about cleaning it up. And with preschool activities, the messier the better.
We were just outside this weekend so my daughter could write on the front steps with her chalk. Unfortunately, it rained the next day and destroyed her creations but she knows we can get back to it once it stops raining.
See what these wonderful bloggers have come up with to keep those little ones busy.
Preschoolers can practice their colors while running their energy out during this fun outdoor game.
Who says a fort can only be made indoors? Grab your blankets and take them outside to create a fun outdoor fort to play in.
Hang some everyday items you find around your home outside on a wall and see what kind of music you can make with it!
Make some 3-ingredient sidewalk paint and take it out to decorate as many rocks as you can with it.
Learn about number lines using sidewalk chalk outdoors.
Give those hula hoops a new purpose with some of these fun games you can play outdoors.
If you have one of these parachutes, you can have some fun outside this fall in the leaves and play this fun game.
Print this free graphing printable and take it outdoors to practice graphing and coloring with simple outdoor objects.
This fun outdoor game will help your preschooler practice learning the alphabet and beginner sounds.
Fill some glasses up with different amounts of water, and see what kind of bell sounds you can make. Can you make a song?
Get creative with a new canvas – grab your paints and a mirror and go outside to create some new and unique art.
From prickly objects to fuzzy objects, explore the many textures the great outdoors have to offer on a nature scavenger hunt.
Grab some chalk and head outdoors for action and fun as you practice letters and their sounds with your preschooler. Play fun games like find the letter, letter action words, walk and spell, and more.
Learn about pulley systems by building a bucket contraption in your own back yard. This will supply your preschooler with countless hours of fun.