We love these Hoola Hoop Hideouts!

Fort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop! Great indoors and outdoors, love thisfort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop! Great indoors and outdoors,

Why you should build a reading den, and how to do it.

I need this book fort in my life! It also could be a fun reading nook for kids, maybe giving them more of an incentive to read because it's so cool!

Blanket Forts, I LOVE, let's make one right now... never too old..   # Pinterest++ for iPad #

DTBBF-down to build blanket forts- if you never did this as a kid, you never had a

Weaving wigwam - could take out fabric strips and let the kids weave through the lattice play house

mrs Clarke - how about this for the spare mud (sorry garden) pit? Weaving wigwam - could take out fabric strips and let the kids weave through the lattice play house

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Crafty - 30 Pics

You'll love this Trampoline Daybed Diy and it couldn't be easier when you know how. Get the instructions and check out the Pallet Daybed too.

Love this 'branches decoration' from the children's area at Wilderness festival - by Shiny Thoughts (",)

Little Yellow Dress

love the creative spaces you discover at festivals . this teepee play space was seen at Wilderness Festival in the UK

fun for ancient history - make a box/paper bag cave - and then do cave paintings on it.

Make a Cave for the dramatic play area when teaching about animals that hibernate in winter! or a dinosaur cave!

How cute is this cosy den? Little Winter creates the most amazing fortress of duvets and fairy lights. http://www.littlewinter.net/2013/06/indoor-child.html

cat lights movies movie room bedroom Home night bed DIY Sheets cinema cosy cozy made blankets fort cuddles snug

25 epic cardboard forts so amazing your kids won't want to leave them...but don't worry, they'll always promise to be home for dinner.

25 Epic Cardboard Forts

25 epic cardboard forts so amazing your kids won't want to leave them.but don't worry, they'll always promise to be home for dinner.

Calling all daydreamers and play pretenders! Gather up your pillows, cushions, and blankets to spend an afternoon building a grand fortress with your kids. These 7 Amazing Ways to Make a Fort, from Hello Wonderful, are a fantastic way to spend a cold winter day fostering your little one’s imagination.

Looks like a beautiful length of fabric a sheet if you have a pretty one draped over a branch and tied to close by trees even pegged out great garden escape would make beautiful backdrop for knuffelhoek buiten maken

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