Outdoor Play Activities for Preschoolers : Playing outdoors is not only fun for preschoolers, but it also has numerous benefits for their physical, emotional, and mental development. Here are some of the outdoor play activities we offer at our preschool

Nature scavenger hunt: A nature scavenger hunt is a great way to introduce preschoolers to the outdoors and the natural environment. Give them a list of items found in nature, such as a leaf, a flower, and a pebble, and let them explore the area to find these items. You could also use this activity to teach them about the different types of plants and animals in their surroundings.

Water play: is always a hit with preschoolers, especially on hot summer days. Set up a water table or a sprinkler and let the children splash and play in the water. This activity is fun and helps promote gross motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Outdoor art: Creativity knows no bounds when it comes to outdoor art. Provide children with different materials such as chalk, paint, and markers and let them express themselves on a large canvas such as a wall or concrete surface. This activity also encourages children to appreciate their surroundings and the natural beauty of the environment. These are just a few examples of the many outdoor play activities we offer at our preschool. We believe that spending time outside is not only beneficial for children's physical health but also promotes their social, emotional, and cognitive development.