Seed Pods

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Seed pods are amazing! Kids love collecting them, opening them, examining them, hauling them around, and more. If you’re play environment doesn’t generate its own seed pods, you can always reach out to others to haul in these engaging loose parts.

How can you support children’s use of seed pods in your play environment?

Keep kids safe and healthy by properly supervising loose parts play.

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After nearly 30 years working in early learning programs, Tasha now devotes her time to making Explorations Early Learning and Playvolution HQ work, quilting, and taking care of her pet duck, Tape.