"Backyard Ker-Plunk". I made this DIY Ker-Plunk game by upcycling an old end table I found on craigslist. We wrapped some chicken wire around the top, stapled it in place to secure, and voila! Homemade Ker-plunk! We got the wooden dowels at Home Depot and I found the ball pit balls on craigslist. But of course, you can get them at Walmart or Toys R Us. It's a ton of fun!
Net by design collective Numen consists of multiple layers of flexible nets suspended in the air. The flat layers of the net are subsequently connected to one another on counterpoints thus forming a “floating landscape” open for visitors to climb in and explore.