NATURE PLAY SA WATERPROOF ONESIES
Nature Play SA Waterproof Onesies , proudly South Australian.
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AVAILABLE: SMALL RED (sold out), SMALL BLUE (sold out), MEDIUM RED (1), MEDIUM BLUE (1), LARGE BLUE (2)
*Red is not available in the Large size
Made from eco friendly materials our popular waterproof onesies are the perfect companion for the cool wet months: simply couple with gum boots to protect your child’s clothes and keep them covered and dry for hours of fun outside.
Designed to be worn over the top of children’s clothes, these coveralls will keep your little and big ones warm and dry while having fun getting out in the great outdoors during the wet winter months.
Featuring elastic cuffs, a generously sized hood and high vis strips and now available in bright red and royal blue!
|SIZING GUIDE||Size 2-3 (S)||Size 4-5 (M)||Size 6-7 (L)|
|Shoulder to Ankle||83cm||94cm||106cm|
Materials: Made from eco-friendly 100% polyester, pongee cloth with PU coating and feature a hood, zip front, press studs, elastic cuffs at sleeves/ankles and hi-vis strips.
Our quality nature play sa waterproof onesies is for active girls and boys who love having fun in the great outdoors. Our easy care range of children’s waterproofs is durable and affordable and perfect for protecting kids against wind, rain and mud.
For children, play is learning. There is no better space for kids to learn than the outdoors, and there is no better play resource than nature.
One of the best lessons children can be taught in their early years is to play outdoors. Children innately reap great benefits as they grow connection and appreciation of the natural environment. In the structured, busy and technologically-advanced world we live in, the role of outdoor play that we experienced as children is being forgotten.
Nature play is any activity that gets children active or thinking actively outdoors, with the end goal of building skills and ability to play without the need for parental or adult control. This can be in any setting, so long as it’s outdoors. It supports children being left to their own devices while caregivers supervise from a distance. Adults can also actively participate in nature play, however, through child-led play activities.
Nature play significantly improves all aspects of child development – physical, cognitive, social and emotional.
Playing outdoors grows resilience, self-confidence, initiative, creativity and more. It encourages the joy of movement; it nurtures wild imaginations, experimentation, friendships, social connections and behaviour.
A report from the National Wildlife Federation, Back to School: Back Outside (Coyle, 2010), showed such benefits include:
- Improved classroom behaviour;
- Increased student motivation and enthusiasm to learn;
- Better performance in maths, science, reading and social studies;
- Reduced Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD);
- Higher scores on standardised tests (including college entrance exams); and
- Helps under-resourced, low-income students to perform measurably better in school.