May 7, 2019

Trending Preschool Outdoor Physical Activities

Today we have five new trending Preschool Outdoor Physical Activities that any preschooler can do. The first is the the combination of math and physical activity called the Chalk Shapes Jumping Game. The second is the Outdoor Tree Bark Rubbings where they can practice writing. The third activity is the Color Scavenger Hunt For Kids for color recognition. The fourth activity is the Sensory Summer Pool Noodles that any kid will surely enjoy. And the last one is a video about different Fun Outdoor Activities For Kids. Try it out and Enjoy!


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Chalk Shapes Jumping Game
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Activity:


Chalk Shapes Jumping Game

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home 

Summary:


This jumping game is made by drawing chalk shapes outside. All you need for this activity need is some sidewalk chalk. Well, and a surface to draw the shapes onto!

Draw shapes in a grid formation – a different shape for each child playing is a good starting point. You could also use different color chalk for each shape type (it doesn’t show in the photos but this is what I did!). As you add rows, vary the order, making sure each row has at least one of each shape.

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Outdoor Tree Bark Rubbings
Summary

Activity:


Outdoor Tree Bark Rubbings

Best for Ages:


+2

Materials:


Items likely found at home or outdoors

Summary:


This activity is brilliantly yet magically simple. The idea originated from an ancient book of kids activities I found in my basement, but the supplies only used a piece of notebook paper to do the rubbings. I love how interactive the easel paper ended up being!

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Color Scavenger Hunt For Kids
Summary

Activity:


Color Scavenger Hunt For Kids

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home or outdoors


Summary:


This simple color scavenger hunt for kids is unbelievably easy to throw together last minute and the kids have fun with it every single year. The best part about this simple color scavenger hunt is that it’s so versatile. You can pretty much use it anywhere that you’ll be enjoying outdoors.

Make one for a trip to the park, for a weekend camping trip, or even for playing in your own backyard. Using a paper lunch sack is also perfect because kids have a place to store all of their new treasures. Also, you can return the items you found back to nature and play all over again as many times as you’d like.

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Sensory Summer Pool Noodles
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Activity:


Sensory Summer Pool Noodles

Best for Ages:


+2 

Materials:


Items likely found at home


Summary:


In order to keep my girls sufficiently entertained outside for hours on end while I relax in the sun sipping margaritas ice water, I planned a sensory summer full of fun. Each week we will have a new sensory bin full of materials that we will use every day. We will be coming up with tons of different ways to use the materials all week long, keeping things new and fresh.

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Fun Outdoor Activities For Kids
Summary

Activity:


Fun Outdoor Activities For Kids

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home

Summary:


In this video, you will see fun outdoor activities for kids that they will surely enjoy. Like for example making a paper plate frisbee that you can use outdoors with your friends.

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