Tin Foil River Outdoor Water Play - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
One of the very first things I pinned on Pinterest was a tin foil river. I have often wondered if this activity would actually be worth it. Does this actually work? Would the tin foil hold up? Would the boys like it? So we decided to give it a try! Aidan was gone at basketball […]
Only About Children Early Learning
Inspiring a sense of belonging at Cammeray, image shared by Only About Children. Love this as a great way to explain family trees to children.
Outdoor Children’s Play Area – Darlington
Interesting idea for putting a play area on asphalt, concrete or hard soil in a temporary build. The tires and rocks can be removed, and the sand and rocks swept up. Interesting idea for day cares in urban settings without access to grass or soil.
TechSurgeons - Access Blocked
We headed out to garden to make Fairy Soup, which was a fabulous fine motor and sensory activity, and a great way to keep cool on a warm, humid morning
How to Make a Magnificent Forest Mini Den! - Rhubarb and Wren
My kids love making dens when we’re out in the woods, yet there are times when it’s not practical or possible to make one that’s kid-sized. But we don’t let that stop us – instead, we just think smaller… Click through to see how to make an adorable mini den!
Making a DIY mud kitchen (for free!)
First off a disclaimer. I am crap at DIY.There...now you know! I have big dreams and little actual skill to complete them. Not that I let ...
Play More Month - DaddiLife
Ask anyone over 30 to recount their most treasured memories of childhood play, and few will be indoors. Independent play, outdoors, and varied, is what we remember. As things stand,…
Previous Work | Earth Wrights | Natural Play
We design and build natural, stimulating ‘habitats’ and playgrounds that invite children to play freely in a world of their own imagining,
the eye project by t i m o, via Flickr: would be a...
the eye project by t i m o, via Flickr: would be a wonderful project for seniors/ap students to leave behind for future classes/generations