Ana White | Build a Sail Boat or Ship Sandbox | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans - cute backyard project for toddler or kids! covered top sail for shade, covered sandbox

Ana White Build a Sail Boat or Ship Sandbox Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans - cute backyard project for toddler or kids! covered top sail for shade, covered sandbox

Climbing Towers Playground

Climbing Towers Playground

This Little Tikes, Public Playground Certified, Climbing Towers Playground is the perfect solution for your childcare climber needs. Conforms to ASTM Safety Specifications!

Ball Drop  I saw this on Pinterest and when we put together a playroom for boy for Christmas, my husband helped me make this ball drop using pvc pipe. I put different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the ball pit balls we have, so that we can eventually use this to work on identifying colors too!

Ball drop using pvc pipe. Use different colored tape around the top of each to match the colors of the ball pit balls. Eventually this can be used to work on identifying colors!

Woodland Loft  - how adorable!!! especially for a nursery or toddler playground!

An absolute hit with our partner settings during testing, this flexible loft den space includes roll-down canvas side panels.

LOVE!!!!! this idea! Laurie you're great for finding this!!

My husband cut one of the dead pine trees at the entrance of our site. As he was busy putting the wood away, I spotted these little logs and.

No more money lost on spilling the bubbles!

Bubble mix doesn't last long in the hands of a child. Create a bubble station to provide a solution. This is so clever! / Only clever until the solution falls below the top of the bubble wand loop - then it doesn't work.

Great chalkboard set-up for concrete wall, toddler playground or side area.

Great chalkboard set-up for concrete wall, toddler playground or side area.

One of these could be made using everyday items, or adapting what we have - great for the back space up the back near the camping area, sand pit or dirt pit......Tick tick tick... lots of ideas here......

This should be a part of every preschool and kindergarten playground. Children would love comparing the masses of different objects or using weights on one side to see how much items from nature weigh

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