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!
A sandpit is a great way to get children to play outside on warm summer days, allowing them to dig, sift and build. Encouraging the kids to play and interact with sand can unleash a world of imagination, while keeping them amused for hours - it’s also very easy to build and can be done in an afternoon. With some sleepers, sand and basic tools from Wickes, plus this helpful step-by-step guide, you can create a fun back garden space for your little ones. Now all you need is a bucket and spade!
How To Build A Cubby House From Reclaimed Fence Palings http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2014/10/14/diy-kids-fort/ Is there any child who doesn’t like a fort or cubby house to play in? This western saloon would surely never be empty!