Handy ideas for storing loose parts for play

 

A quick check revealed that I have written 47 posts on building with loose parts, and almost as many on loose parts play in general.

It would seem that I love a loose part.

And with good reason.  Loose parts are the ingredients for creative and imaginative play.  Children are naturally drawn to them and engaged by them.  They don’t have to come from a catalogue – in fact, nature gives them to us for free.  And the list goes on.

They can be tricky to store though, can’t they?  Especially the fiddly little bits.

Unless you want your loose parts on the loose, you will need an effective storage solution.  One that children can access, and preferably close to where they will be played with for ease of tidying up.

Here are a few I’ve found recently:
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About Vivian

I am a blog author at Canyon Lake Nature Academy and owner of Organic Treasure, an online organic baby boutique. I am married and have an incredible 2 1/2 year old boy. I am an older mom and was raised by a Nature loving Belgian who invoked in me a passionate connection to living naturally, eating organic and living through experience. I wasn't "homeschooled" but the education that impacted my life the most was taught by my parents and the people who are closest to me. I am planning to Homeschool our son with nature based education. He is immersed daily in the garden and loves "outside"! I am excited to share with you our journey...

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