Our state-of-the-art outdoor playscape in preschool

Our state-of-the-art outdoor playscape in preschool

Our outdoor playscape is very unique and you need to know that most of our equipment is very valuable and not available in stores. Here is what you will find in our playscape….

We have a balance beam…

A rock climber…

A stair master…

A very large sand box…

A mountain…

A nature trail…

And a basket ball goal (which is available in stores) …

Although our outdoor playscape is equipped with the finest of equipment, we do offer some “loose parts” for additional play in our playscape.

Including construction materials …

Natural materials…

Magic sticks and stumps…

All kinds of hidden treasures…

A very large Lincoln Log collection..

And straws…

And cones…

Well that covers the highlights of our state of the art playscape!

6 Comments

  • KJ@letsgoflyakite Posted September 13, 2011 8:17 pm

    Wonderful! I have noticed that preschoolers really enjoy balancing (over timbers, rocks, etc. ) it is so nice to include these in a playscape.

  • Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. Posted September 13, 2011 8:42 pm

    Yes – our preschoolers love them!

  • Trisha Posted September 14, 2011 12:23 am

    Awesome! The best kind I think. The kids are probably used to going to parks and McDonalds and playing on “state of the art” play equipment. This kind changes and offers new things all the time. I wish I had your state of the art play equipment:)

  • Lil’ Scholars University Posted September 14, 2011 12:40 am

    Love your world of exploration!! I’m telling you, if you were closer, I would most definitely enroll my kids and myself!! LOL!! 🙂

  • Kristina Posted September 14, 2011 11:14 am

    Too cute! I am definitely more of a fan of exploring in nature that going to an official playground. Our family used to live on the edge of a forest and my favorite part was the large tree branch we used as a swing to fly into piles of leaves. I miss it… and sprawling yards that blend together.

    Thanks for sharing your great playscape. Reminded me we need to get out and explore real nature more often!

  • jenny @ let the children play Posted September 15, 2011 6:53 am

    Now you know I’m going to love this post Deborah 🙂 I love your outdoor space.

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