My Loose Parts World
LOOSE PARTS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
Loose parts are open-ended materials such as boxes, crates, sheets, pipes, log rounds, buckets, blocks and rocks that children can adapt, move, design and transform in many different ways. They can be moved, combined, redesigned, lined up, taken apart and put back together in multiple ways.
Learn more about loose parts from the hand picked and home grown resources below
NATURE PLAY SA DOWNLOADS TO GET YOU STARTED
Nature Play SA – 50 Things with loose parts Primary Years
Nature Play SA – 50 Things with loose parts Early Years
Nature Play Downloads – Loose Parts Info Sheet
Read this blog post by Juliet Robertson exploring the origins and theory of loose parts.
Explore this Loose Parts Play Toolkit written by Juliet Robertson and Theresa Casey for Inspiring Scotland. Hands down the most comprehensive toolkit for loose parts with everything covered from auditing, storing, risk assessing and everyday use of loose parts.