Take The Early Learning Standards Outdoors
With The Adventurous Child Playhouse and Gas Pump
7' L × 5' W × 75” H
Playhouse without Floor Pricing:
$3,970.00 (plus shipping)
Gas Pump Dimensions:
14” L × 4” W × 42” H
Gas Pump Pricing:
$479.00 (plus shipping)
The Playhouse offers abundant opportunities for creative play. The Playhouse provides the structure but the children create the story. Depending on the children’s’ imagination, the Playhouse can be a home, bank, restaurant, covered bridge, etc.—throw a sheet over the Playhouse and it’s a cave, the options are endless! In addition, the counter shelves of the Playhouse are designed with a coin slot and holder. The slot is designed for a standard poker chip to go through.
The doorways are large enough to allow wheel chairs and children’s’ riding vehicles to ride through the Playhouse. Children love pretending that they are driving through a bank, restaurant, gas station, etc. and making financial transactions.
The Gas Pump allows children to fill things up, from filling up their bikes to their wagons to their wheelchairs, or even shoes. The Gas Pump has a short rubber hose that allows children to remove the handle from the pump and “pump fuel” into any passing object.
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Discover what the children are learning when they use the Playhouse and Gas Pump
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Reading: Word Recognition, Fluency, and Vocabulary Development – Vocabulary and Concept
Listening and Speaking: Listening and Speaking Skills, Strategies, and Applications -
- Pretend to do something or be someone.
- Use new vocabulary learned from experiences.
- Act out familiar, scripted events and routines.
Listening and Speaking: Listening and Speaking Skills, Strategies, and Applications – Oral
- Initiate turn taking in play.
- Engage in reciprocal conversations for two to three exchanges.
Number Sense: Number Relationships
Geometry: Recognizing Common Geometric Shapes and Using Directional Words
- Pass out objects or food to people or characters.
Measurement: Time and Measurement Relationships
- Use “in” and “out” to indicate where things are in space.
- Use “on” and “off” to indicate where things are in space.
- Use the words “here” or “there” to indicate where things are in space.
- Follow instructions to place an object “here” or “there.”
- Follow instructions to place an object “beside” or “next to” something.
- Follow instructions to place an object “between” two things.
Problem Solving: Ability to Reason, Predict, and Problem Solve Through Exploration
- Use any descriptive word or gesture to express amount or size.
- Imitate the use of an adult tool (Gas Pump) in play.
Scientific Thinking – Shapes and Symbolic Relationships
Environments – The Physical Setting
- Talk about the fact that everything has a shape.
- Observe shapes and look for objects that are the same shape.
- Participate in activities using materials with a variety of properties (e.g., color, shape, size, name, type of
- Investigate and talk about the characteristics of matter (e.g., liquids and solids, smooth and rough, bend-not bend).
Application of Movement Concepts and Principles to the Learning and Development of Motor Skills
Enjoyment of Motor and Sensory Experiences: Exhibiting Self-Confidence
- Identify and use a variety of spatial relationships with objects (e.g., the child will move self and/or object
over, under, beside, and through as directed by an adult).
- Participate in a variety of gross/fine motor and sensory activities.
- Attempt novel gross/fine motor and sensory activities.
Art Appreciation – Begins to Understand and Share Opinions About Artwork and Artistic
Experiences (Their Own or Others)
Creating Art: Process and Product – Expresses Personal Interests, Ideas, and Feelings Through
- Role play imaginary events and characters in the media.
Creating Art: Process and Product – Uses Symbols, Elements Such As Shape, Line, Color, and
Texture and Principles Such As Repetition In Art Experiences
- Participate freely in dramatic play activities that become more extended and complex.
- Express self in dramatic play through story telling, puppetry, and other language development activities.
- Engage in cooperative pretend play with another child.
- Pretend through role-playing.
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