Sensory garden

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... a bit of garden whimsy ... made of bottle caps between the trees in the back....maybe in the school courtyard?
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DIY Water Wall | TinkerLab

How to build a low-cost DIY Water Wall with recycled bottles. Easy, inexpensive summer fun for kids!

Hoop and ribbons peek-a-boo!
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Hoop and ribbons peek-a-boo!

Barefoot Parks and Sensation Paths - Playscapes (I love the idea of having such a path in my garden! Growing up in Germany, I remember a few parks that had them - such a joy!)

Barefoot Parks and Sensation Paths - Playscapes

Continuing my musings on this idea of play-as-path and path-as-play…there is no better example of this in the ‘natural play’ arena than the barefoot park. Having led the way in the development of the natural playground, the European countries–particularly Germany and Austria–have moved on to advocate that natural elements and surfaces be accessible to the - Read the rest...

DIY mobile with tin cans (a great reuse project)
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All You Is Now a Part of Southern Living

All You Is Now a Part of Southern Living

Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' - This deciduous shrub has oval, mid-green leaves and produces small, creamy-white flowers in May and June. But it's really grown for the brilliant, flame-coloured stems that are revealed when the leaves, which turn orange-yellow in autumn.

Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' - dogwood

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barefoot walk engelberg sensory path

Barefoot Walking in Switzerland. Eh? - A Passport Affair

Barefoot walks? Seems a bit bizarre until you try it. And sometimes after you try it. We had an opportunity at top of a mountain in Switzerland. Here's what to expect if you decide to walk the walk...

DIY Bug Hotel

Holland Moor Primary School – Lancashire

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backyard sensory path -- what a fun things to walk on for kids & adults!

14 TIPS AND TRICKS FROM A MASTER GARDENER - gardenpicsandtips.com

backyard sensory path -- what a fun things to walk on for kids & adults!

Hang ribbon from a branch or rod ... at the entrance to the children's garden at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, New York

roofing out of used cds- this is going to look so cool on the potting shed!!! it may also blind a few birds- ouch.

roofing out of used cds- this is going to look so cool on the potting shed!!! it may also blind a few birds- ouch. - knickknackcraft.com

roofing out of used cds- this is going to look so cool on the potting shed!!! it may also blind a few birds- ouch. roofing out of used cds- this…

Disc Decorations: CD's on a Gate | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Disc Decorations: CD's on a Gate

See this image in the large view to glimpse the early morning light glimmering on the colorful decorations. The next two images show detailed close-ups of this imaginative and fun yard decor in Sunnyslope, a neighborhood in Phoenix.

Homemade bug hotel garden craft. Got the bricks, drill and "stuff" - what am I waiting for!?

Start A Fire

see - rainbow wooden wind spinner for a sensory garden - mesmerising!

The Wind Chime Shop Limited

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display!

LOVO Tuzki Surfing Cotton 4-Piece Bedding Set Duvet Cover Flat Sheet 2X Shams King 87"x94"

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DIY Barefoot Sensory Path

After we finished our patio makeover, we decided to start working on Sophie’s play area. This was how the top of our garden looked in April. A dangerous mess! So we have spent the last few mo…