Think outside the {toy} Box - Over 50 Organizational Tips for Kids' Spaces

Store Barbie dolls or action figures on the inside of your kid's closet doors (or the outside), in a new shoe organizer. Later on it can store shoes.

I am pinning this so that I remember to have the tooth fairy leave tiny notes for my kids... :)

A little note from the tooth fairy. Definatly going to remember this one! If the kids still believed in the tooth fairy this would be so cute.

Make Fabric Roads for Toy Cars

portable roads that are easy for kids to put together and will travel easily, made out of old denim and yellow paint. velcro helps them stick to carpet - awesome idea! I'm so doing this with a pair of my old jeans!

Our new small world gravel vehicles, dinosaurs, minibeasts, so many ideas. The gravel was kindly donated from Interline Builders Merchants

"EY FroTeachers- wow your kids and their parents this year- a small construction area- add construction vehicles, hard hats, blocks and pictures. We don't have to copy everything-but inspiration is a point that blooms new teaching ideas.


Chalk Board Blocks

I cut up a bit of building pine (which may or may not have been destined to be part of our kitchen walls… oh well) into random block-ish sizes, gave them a quick sand and sat down to paint.

Minibeasts in the small world... from Rachel (",)

The Very Hungry Caterpillar