Ready to power up your outdoor play area with some new outside toys for kids?
Adding outside toys to your summer activity list can be quick and easy with this fun list of outdoor supplies.
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What types of toys to children need outside?
Outdoor toys do not require an enormous fenced in backyard with 3 swings, monkey bars, and a slide.
What this means is that you have 5-10 items you store in a container to keep on the fly for pouring, mixing, and transporting.
These items can be used on the back porch or driveway. It is an “anything goes” type of bin which is incredible for child development.
Does your child like potions? We’ve got the tools for that too.
Come step inside our outdoor area supply bucket!
You will be geared up until the first snowfall!
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Build momentum with your outdoor play.
Every day, at 4 o’clock, you can find us outside playing in some sort of quick and easy sensory bin.
Occasionally we will drop ice into our favorite 41-quart storage bin, and others will see what we can do with our almost expired bag of beans.
Outside play for kids that we’ve also done:
Honestly, the list goes on and on.
What remains consistent is the TOOLS and SUPPLIES my children are using in conjunction with these fun activities listed above.
Okay, okay I hear you.
Beth. WHAT IS IN THAT OUTDOOR STORAGE BIN?!
Don’t worry. I’ve got you.
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What is Inside this Outdoor Storage Bin:
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Outdoor Supplies – The Basics
Outdoor play supplies to transport:
Outdoor play supplies to squirt:
Outdoor play accessories:
I bet now you are wondering:
Where do you keep this storage bin filled with outdoor supplies and goodies?
Once everyone is finished playing outside, we typically line everything up for the sun to dry it out. After dinner, we place our supplies back into the outdoor container and tuck it away.