Lesson series

Learn & Grow: Creating Play-Based Activities on a Budget with Loose Parts

In this engaging workshop, participants will discover the power of loose parts in fostering creativity and problem-solving. Exploring the concept of loose parts play, attendees will learn how to utilize everyday materials to create stimulating, open-ended play experiences for children. With a focus on budget-friendly strategies, participants will gain practical insights into sourcing and repurposing materials, designing play spaces, and facilitating meaningful interactions.
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Meet the instructor

Beth Edwards

Bethene (Beth) Edwards MS. ECE has over 35 years of experience in Early Childhood Education. She enjoyed 16 years as a classroom teacher. In 1996 she made the leap into administration leading early childhood programs, mentoring early childhood professionals, and creating interesting, developmentally appropriate classroom and outdoor environments. In 2018, Beth Joined Green Space Learning, providing professional development and consulting services to childcare programs and educators. She is a Texas registered trainer, Texas Childcare Health Consultant, and an OLE! Texas Certified Playground Designer. Beth believes in protecting and preserving early childhood as a time for inquiry, self-discovery, simplicity and wonder in the world around. She is a fierce advocate for play and passionate about bringing equitable access to play and nature for all children.

Patrick Jones - Course author