Obstacle Course

by: Trish Kuffner, author of The Preschooler's Busy Book
Your preschooler will be happy to stay in his own backyard when you create an outdoor obstacle course.

Obstacle Course


Materials

  • Miscellaneous outdoor objects

Directions

  1. Use a variety of outdoor objects to create an obstacle course for your child to run around.
  2. Have her run around one way, then have her do the course in reverse.
  3. You can time her, or she can race with siblings and friends.
  4. Do not use objects that have sharp corners or that can tip over easily.
  5. If necessary, cushion objects with pillows and blankets.

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