Loose parts suppliers

Loose parts are small, moveable objects such as sticks, rocks, log rounds, fabric, crates, ropes, etc. that can be used by children to build and create.

Adding loose parts to your play area can be an inexpensive and effective way to increase children's creative play and experimentation. It is easy to gather loose parts yourself from nature or from your local recycling depot, However, if time is an issue or you are a teaching professional who would like support to integrate loose parts play into the curriculum, then you may want to get help from a loose parts service provider.

If you are a business involved in supplying loose parts and would like to appear on this list, please complete this application form

 

Organisation Package Contact Details
Childscapes

Childscapes have loose parts play packages that come complete with a wheelie bin for mobility and weather protection, and lesson plans and curriculum links for various ages and grades.

Kimberley Beasley
Willetton
0478 815 919 / 9209 3512
[email protected]
www.childscapes.com.au
Kids Hub Training and Consultancy Kids Hub facilitates professional development incursions about play with loose parts materials. Kate Foster
Geraldton
0407 024 051
[email protected]
www.kidshubtc.com.au
Loose Parts
in Carts
“Loose Parts in Carts” package: includes planning advice, demonstration play sessions, online templates, curriculum links and sharing forum and follow up support. Ann Grace
Karrinyup
0401 915 131
[email protected]
www.loosepartsincarts.com.au
www.facebook.com/loosepartsincarts
Nature Based Play

Loose Play Parts Kits and items, based on natural materials and recycled items. Including handcrafted timber storage boxes, play tables and other outdoor learning furniture items.

Sarah Gautrey
O'Connor
9331 2997
0419 041 565 http://www.naturebasedplay.com.au

Nature Play Solutions   Kerry Logan
West Perth
9361 1355
[email protected] www.natureplaysolutions.com.au

Please note Nature Play WA has no direct experience with the loose parts supplier listed and does not endorse any particular business.

 

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