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Outdoor Activities for Ages 3-5

Outdoor Activities for Ages 3-5

 
Try these shiny new suggestions for kids tired of snowmen and snowball fights!
Whether it's the sun or the moon that's shining brightly in the sky, the outdoors encourages all sorts of new places to kick back as a family and enjoy reading.
Keep your child exploring and playing all summer long.
If the weather is not cooperating and you can't go outside, set up camp indoors with a cozy reading fort.
Get out and soak up the spring season with your children.
Last October, all 500 kids at my children’s school were served a salad of veggies grown just on the other side of
Science springs to life when little ones move with the breeze.
Create a sanctuary to explore and nurture the natural world — no matter where you live.
Get fit and promote cooperation with these family activities.
Hiking is a great way to burn off energy on the weekends. Try these simple games while you walk to keep their brains busy, too.
Finders keepers: Everything your child needs for art and science projects is at his fingertips.
Flower fabric prints make great gifts.
This cooperative project takes advantage of springtime breezes.
Explore creativity in the great outdoors.

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