Favorite Things To Do List



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What Are Your Favorite Things To Do Outside Survey of 600 students, grades 1-4 Being Quiet Doing nothing/relaxing Drawing (3) Drawing nature Drawing with chalk Finding sticks/carving Hammock/reading (2) Playing cards outside Playing with dolls Rest on a bench Resting Sewing Sidewalk chalk (2) Sun bathing Trading cards Whittling Compiled by The Natural Playgrounds Company Hiking/walking Playing with wildlife/animals Listening to music (1) Playing Around Water Clean out the stream Fishing (4) Getting wet Ice fishing Play in water/creek/lake (8) Play on the bridge Play with the hose Playing in the mud Playing in the sprinkler Stepping on rocks in the river Swimming (6) Hiking (2) Walk the dog Walk on a trail (2) Walking (3) Jumping (2) Jump in the leaves (2) Jump off of things (2) Jumping off rocks Jump in woods Jump rope Jumping Playing With Nature Climbing trees (12) Climbing mountains (2) Climbing anything (8) Climbing rocks (3) Climbing on net Climb on rocks (2) Hanging upside down Camping Catch helicopters from trees Find sticks Jump in a pile of leaves (2) Mowing the lawn Picking flowers Play in woods Play on the rocks Playing in the woods Playing in tree house Relaxing in a park (Arcadia) Rolling down the hill Search for things in woods Singing outside Study nature by river Sunning Exploring/Discovering Playing in the earth Building/inventing things Build forts (6) Building tree houses Building something Inventing Carve wood-bow arrows Climbing Exploring (2) Exploring in woods Finding sea shells (2) Looking for bugs (2) Looking for caterpillars Looking for gypsy moths Looking for painted turtles Observing the neighborhood Archeological digs Build sand castle Dig holes/Look for money Dig tunnels underground Digging for gold Digging in the dirt (2) Digging/playing in sand (4) Gardening Planting flowers/ (3) Picking raspberries




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To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult. | Johann Wolfgang Von Goeth