April: Parent’s View

What are your family’s favorite spring yard games or activities?



Lauren Amiton, Corvallis 3 kids ages 2, twins age 6 mos “We try to keep it simple, red light green light, turning over rocks to see worms and slugs and kicking a ball around, or we practice ballet dancing in the grass.”

Lauren Amiton, Corvallis 3 kids ages 2, twins age 6 mos
“We try to keep it simple, red light green light, turning over rocks to see worms and slugs and kicking a ball around, or we practice ballet dancing in the grass.”


Laurel Buley, Kings Valley 1 kid age 3 “I try to find ways to include my kid in yard work, I just got him his own little wheelbarrow for his birthday and he loves collecting and dumping the piles of weeds.”

Laurel Buley, Kings Valley 1 kid age 3
“I try to find ways to include my kid in yard work, I just got him his own little wheelbarrow for his birthday and he loves collecting and dumping the piles of weeds.”


Kierstin Rowley, Philomath 2 kids ages 1 and 4 “We like to go on treasure hunts finding rocks, sticks leaves and different types of plants.”

Kierstin Rowley, Philomath 2 kids ages 1 and 4
“We like to go on treasure hunts finding rocks, sticks leaves and different types of plants.”


Aza Hoff, Corvallis 3 kids ages 5, 3 and 3 “My kids love to run and jump through puddles. We also “fish” with sticks and dig up worms for the fish to eat!”

Aza Hoff, Corvallis 3 kids ages 5, 3 and 3
“My kids love to run and jump through puddles. We also “fish” with sticks and dig up worms for the fish to eat!”


2 kids ages 2 and 7 months “Preparing garden beds and planting seeds.”

 

 

 

 

 

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