Open ended, creative play is so important for our little ones. Play is a child’s work! It is how he learns about the world around him and sets a firm foundation for book learning later on in life. I love to see little ones playing and using their imaginations. Here are a few open ended, imagination nurturing toy ideas. (This post contains affiliate links)
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Gorgeous hand dyed play silks
We received one of these create your own peg sets and my girls were so enamored! It had everything they needed to create delightful pegs.
I’ve always thought these Wavee Boards are so cute and I’ve wondered a bit if they’d be good for Blaise’s foot and ankle strength. And that’s how it landed on this list!
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Slack Line – This is something we’ve had for a few years and always gets used. Visiting kids jump on to give it a try or our girls experiment on it while their daddy works outside. It’s been a hit.
Trampoline – I know people have conflicting opinions on this one, but we love our trampoline. I remember when my parents bought one for us, growing up, and they still have it today. We got one for our kids last year and it sees almost daily use. It’s also a hit with visitors.