February 13, 2019 by Katie Lawter
Clothes for Outdoor Play
Our checklist for outerwear contains practical layers and accessories to match, for playful days in any weather. Rainwear is also included because of its low-maintenance, which is always handy at preschool. Remember: when the winter cold hits you just need to change your shell garments for padded ones and the polyester thermals to wool.
And you can feel safe knowing that our clothes hold up in all conditions, season after season.
- Shell jacket
- Fleece jacket
- Shell trousers
- Rain jacket + trousers
- Shell gloves
- Mitten clips
- Thermal top + leggings
- Wool socks
Your child’s preschool will want you to provide at least one extra set of clothes for your little one. So here are our top tips for extra clothes that cover all the bases!
Soft clothes that are comfy to play in and wear under outerwear are always a good idea. Such as joggers and tops in play-friendly and durable jersey.
SOCKS WITH ANTI-SLIP SOLES
A good way for your child to stay safe on slippery floors. You don’t need to worry about that the anti-slip will cool the feet, that’s just an old wives tale!
Soft favorites that help against both cold and slippery floors. Remember to mark each item with your child’s name!
Handy tips for kitting out your little preschoolers are always welcome. So we’ve collected more of our useful guides below, to help you make the best choices for your child!
THE LAYERING PRINCIPLE
The layering principle is a brilliant way for you to weatherproof your child!
SHELL VS. RAINWEAR
We compare and contrast these two products for you here.
Our Glove Guide helps you to choose the right gloves for your child – whatever the weather.
Do you have questions about the right hat for your child in any weather? Our Hat Guide has the answers.
Remove dirt, food and everything in between, by washing the garments the right way.