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Outside Play


The Tudor House Montessori Group believe the outdoor environment plays a vital role in supporting all round learning for children and specific skills such as their gross motor development.  This is important for example as children progress from controlling movement of the shoulder through crawling and climbing activities before mastering the fine motor skills required for writing their name.  

Being outside allows children to explore at close hand the natural world around them, insects, growing, the seasons and to experience different surfaces such as bark, grass or sloping banks.  Being outdoors has a positive impact on children’s sense of emotional well-being and for some children if learning takes place outside it suits them better.

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