Outdoor adventures with rope

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on March 20, 2012

in Obstacle Course, Outdoor Play

We had our very first outdoor adventure with tying ropes. Well I ended up doing most of the rope tying but since it was our first day, the children were more excited about making an obstacle course with the rope….

The children helped me wrap the very long piece of rope I had around all the trees in the immediate area…

We had rope pretty much going every which direction as the kids helped to prepare our rope obstacle course…

Once the rope obstacle course was ready to go, the children lined up to give it a try…

We climbed over, under, through, and around the ropes in our obstacle course…

There was no exact route or plan, just the opportunity to use our large motor skills as we worked our way through the obstacle course…

Now that the weather has warmed up outside, my students are thrilled to get outside and play…

Links to grow on

12 Outdoor Storage Solutions for Loose Parts on the Play Ground from Let the Children Play

Outdoor Play from Learning for Life

Big Rope Play from I’m a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

All Tied Up In Knots from Teach Preschool

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