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Outside Play: Water

 Posted by on July 18, 2012
Jul 182012
 

What is the perfect solution to a hot summer day? Water! Head outside and play. I’m joining JDaniel4′s Mom for a Playing Outside Blog Hop.  This month our theme is water! My son, Aiden (age 2.5), loves water play – in the bathtub, in the sink, in a bucket on the floor, and especially outside. Here’s a fun and simple water play activity we enjoyed.

simple outside water play

Water Play: Fun with Funnels

Materials:

  • buckets/containers of water
  • measuring cups
  • funnels
  • bottles or other narrow mouth containers

How to Play:

Go outside, set out materials, and watch as your children have fun. Be prepared to supply more water upon request.

Practicing using funnels and measuring cups are great skills for the future.

 

When Aiden emptied all of the water from his buckets, he decided to stack them up. Another fun idea – with or without water!

 

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This month’s co-hosts are JDaniel4′s MomRainy Day MumTwo Big Two LittleTrain Up a Child,  Mama Pea Pod, and Inspiration Laboratories.   Be sure to check out their fun ideas for playing outside with water.

You can link up your ideas for playing outside with water, too!  Please grab a button and add it to your post or blog.

 

Stay cool outside in the hot summer sun with water!

Linking up here.

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  6 Responses to “Outside Play: Water”

  1. This looks like such fun! It really is the simple tools that make the best toys!

    Thank you for co-hosting with me!
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  2. It’s amazing how long my kids can play with water. Thanks so much for this collection of new ideas!

  3. How fun! My kids love filling up buckets and things by the pool!
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  4. Love the use of funnels!
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