We all know we need to get the kids out of the house every once in awhile. What's a better (not to mention cost-free) place than the neighbourhood park or outdoor playground. Parks can have a significant impact on the social and gross motor skills development of children. It's also a place of play and learning centred on the appreciation for community and nature.

Kids are naturally curious and observant. What if you could channel all that energetic curiosity and keen observational sense to a fun activity at the park? Enter - Bingo Explorers at the Park!

Printable & Activity Objectives

Age: 6 to 9 year olds, Activity Time: 1-2 hours, Items Needed: Writing pencils

In this activity, your child will learn how to observe his/her surroundings better.

It will help your child or student:

  • Train their observational skills by seeking for relevant characteristics of objects commonly found at the park.
  • Get accustomed to spending more screen-free time during outings with activities that engage more with their physical surroundings.

Keep calm and bingo on!

How to Get Started

Simple steps to start:

  • Research and find out more about the importance of parks to cities and neighbourhoods. Here's a great video about why trees are a vital part of cities:

Here's a video on the importance of parks to people and wildlife in urban centres:

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What's in the Printable Worksheet Pack

This printable pack consists of 2 printable park themed bingo worksheets, 1 park themed worksheet containing items commonly found at parks and the other is an empty bingo worksheet for parents/kids to write their own bingo cards.

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