Landscaping natural playspaces for children - Tips, inspiration, project ideas and our progress over the last year. Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Landscaping Natural Playspaces for Children - Our Progress so far

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Tire Climbing Tower

Learn how you can reuse and recycle your old tires into a great diy playground equipment for your kids in this DIY tire climbing tower. You might be surprised how little supplies, time and money are needed to pull this fun outdoor toy together!

How to make DIY natural weaving loom, step by step tutorial / instructions

How to make DIY natural weaving loom, step by step tutorial / instructions Weben mit Naturmaterialien

A Dry river bed instead of a traditional sand pit. Large and smaller river rock lining a sand river with tree stumps, ferns and toys

A Dry river bed instead of a traditional sand pit. Large and smaller river rock lining a sand river with tree stumps, ferns and toys. This is a home daycare that has a lot of natural play elements in their backyard play environment.

Sandkasten-Abdeckung

An amazing sandbox for the kids.Playground Build & Design Natural Child Play Earth Wrights Ltd

Playhouse made from Recycled Doors, Earthscape, Toronto Canada, 2013 | Playscapes This site explains how they built it.

Mulch or playground chips make a nice play area. This is a cool backyard fort / playhouse made from doors.

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Sound marble run - we used a good finished pine 1 x 8 x 2 and they worked great - the nails make a nice tinkle with different size marbles - Summer Fun for kids at Grams Camp

smaller version for bottom of slope near fence/driveway? - The climbing wall and slide at Pied Piper preschool

smaller version for bottom of slope near fence/driveway? - The climbing wall and slide at Pied Piper preschool

Kinderspiel für Draussen zum selber machen *** Spiel aus Ästen und Konservendosen im Garten basteln

Hang coffee cans (or dollar store buckets) from tree at different levels, paint scores of 20 on lowest, 40 on next, then 100 on highest. Use small, handheld dry erase or chalkboards for scorekeeping.

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