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Free play

So outside playing I decided to not bring up any activities and see what my kids would do on their own. This is what they came up with~
Fake flowers, soil, and water in our water table. 
They loved mixing, digging and pouring and ended up very messy themselves. There was so many different textures to play with between the dirt in the water and the fabric flowers.
After awhile I added clean water few times to get everything and everyone clean. 
Once that was done they went back to digging in the dirt and came up with making a dirt garden.

I loved seeing what they think of all on their own and can not wait to see what they come up with next!


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