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25 Fun Things to Do Outside Get ready to explore nature and get outside Readers will discoveractivities and projects to do in their backyard and beyond Plan and eat a picnic, paint like Pollock, find the Great Bear in the night sky, and [PDF] ✪ Snowbound with the Sheriff By Lauri Robinson – 9facts.co.uk paint like Pollock ❮Reading❯ ➾ Storybook Dad Author Laura Bradford – 9facts.co.uk find the Great Bear in the night sky ❰Reading❯ ➶ A Midnight Clear / Remembering Red Thunder / Silent Surrender Author Anne Stuart – 9facts.co.uk and


About the Author: Paul Mason

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8 thoughts on “25 Fun Things to Do Outside

  1. Etienne Etienne says:

    I respect what the author want and try to do, but this isn t a good book The activities are really basic, kids and parents could think of that without any help and some of them just don t work depending on where you re living, and some could be done anywhere outside or inside, so Good intention but poor execution.

  2. Alicia Bayer Alicia Bayer says:

    This is definitely a book to get from the library, as you ll probably feel pretty cheated if you spend the money on it yourself It s a rather random list of things that kids can do to unplug outside, with stock photos and simple directions.The list Camp out, build a campfire, find Orion, go on a hike, pick up trash, go crabbing, play cat attack throw water balloons at chalk cat targets on the sidewalk , make a treasure hunt, go on a bug safari, go on a night hike, fix a puncture, learn to yod This is definitely a book to get from the library, as you ll probably feel pretty cheated if you spend the money on it yourself It s a rather random list of things that kids can do to unplug outside, with stock photos and simple directions.The list Camp out, build a campfire, find Orion, go on a hike, pick up trash, go crabbing, play cat attack throw water balloons at chalk cat targets on the sidewalk , make a treasure hunt, go on a bug safari, go on a night hike, fix a puncture, learn to yodel, play she ll be coming round the mountain on a ukulele, make a pine cone feeder, paint like Pollock, make a rock stack sculpture, photograph birds, build a forest shelter, have a picnic, bake potatoes in a fire, learn to rock climb, make a skateboard slalom, go off road biking, do a fun run, read a book.Some of the things on the list seemed really random, like the detailed directions for how to fix a puncture like in a bike tire and learning to yodel I don t think I really know how to yodel after reading it, either, and it seems like such a strange thing to put on a list of outdoor activities I didn t feel that the directions were very good for many of the activities, either, and I m not sure what kid needs directions on how to make a sandwich for a picnic This is probably a great book for school libraries, as an idea generator for kids who don t spend much time outside.I read a temporary digital ARC of this book for the purpose of review

  3. ***Book Lady *** ***Book Lady *** says:

    Some great ideas for doing outside for kids I liked the outside shelter, treasure hunt, paint like Pollack and the bird feeding pine cones Some of the ideas were really basic, like taking a walk, and a picnic It gave me a few ideas of things I want to try with my granddaughter.

  4. Teresa Edmunds Teresa Edmunds says:

    Anything that encourages kids to put down the electronics and go explore catches my eye Mason gives 4 good reasons to get outdoors The 25 things to do are hit and miss 7 Take Your Friends on a Treasure Hunt shines it is clever and includes good step by step instructions on how to make a treasure hunt Others, like 5 Go on a Hike lacks originality But overall, this book is a good place to get kids thinking and on the track to outdoor adventure, and summer is the right time to begin.

  5. Smoot M.L. Smoot M.L. says:

    The activities were not things that all students can do because of location of where they might live or financial ability to get to certain locations Yes, we can all go on a picnic, learn to yodel, play a game of cat attack but the other activities were not conducive to general population or populations that don t have access to materials or places It does encourage the reader to use their imagination as to what 25 fun things they can do outside where they live.

  6. Jane Jane says:

    Paul Mason has a nice idea to keep young people engaged in his 25 Fun Things to do Outside I especially liked the ideas of learning to yodel, painting like Pollock, and playing a song on the Ukulele in addition to the standbys of going for a picnic and hiking.

  7. Helena Helena says:

    Thank you Netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.I thought some of the ideas like setting up camp and building a shelter out of branches and leaves were useful But the author also included very basic activities like taking pictures of birds and going on a picnic that weren t as creative I liked the pictures but the book could have included better activities.

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