Natural Playground Ideas
Love this homemade outdoor game!
For our garden in progress we'd like to create a relaxing space for adults and a fun, natural play space for children - incorporating water play, sand and an edible garden.
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"Kenan also cut a ton of natural wood blocks for the kids. They had a great time building fairy houses and structures and kingdoms and knocking them down again. Ours are really roughly cut (husband used a chain saw), we didn't sand them or seal them or anything. It is truly amazing to see their imaginations at work."
How To: Drill a one-inch hole into 50 used tennis balls (consider clamping the balls to hold them while you drill and don't be alarmed by the pop you'll hear as the drill pierces the internal rubber ball). Make a knot about five feet down a piece of 20 foot nylon rope and thread on your balls, making a knot after the final one. Hang your completed swing from a high branch.
Tennis Ball swing