Tablecloth Play House - what a great way to inspire play and imagination with your little ones!

Another pinner says: This takes you to the BEST blog I have ever read! Absolutely love, PLAY AT HOME MOM...{makes me want to have more kids just to do all the fun stuff with the little ones!}

Must make: tablecloth playhouse or fort. Store in a drawer when you're not using it.

DIY Ikea Supermarket play store under $50!

Time for Play: Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls) flour + water + cotton balls + hammer = 1 very interested kids! B will LOVE this

HugglePod™ HangOut | Magic Cabin. Summer isn't over kids. I saw this and had to pin it. Fun for the little tykes:)

clever under bed storage/play table. Selection of the best kids rooms with decor ideas and inspirations for baby rooms, girls rooms, boys rooms... Cute solutions to make this rooms a happy corner. :) see more home design ideas at: www.homedesignideas.eu

10 restaurant waiting games using stuff at the table

Great idea

Activities for babies: 24 ways to play with your infant

Rainbow scented play dough made from Jell-O - my kids LOVE this recipe, it's so soft!...Going to make a big rainbow batch for St. Paddy's day!

Why is this the first I saw this?? On The Go Play n Snack Tray for car seat only $9.95

DIY Play Kitchens that will make little girls and boys super excited #kitchen #kids

Reach for the stars without leaving the house! This adorable starry night box fort is just one of 10 awesome ideas to try with your kids. (via Life As Mama)

For toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training!

What playroom couldn't use a mailbox? Esp. great for siblings to leave notes to each other.

DIY Sensory Board - #playroom #DIY #forbaby

homemade play dough

Kids are less bored and keep their attention longer if their toy options are limited. Simplify their life (and yours) by starting a toy rotation

remember this for trips when baby is bigger only $25

You will need: white flour – 1 cup warm water – 1 cup salt – 2 tbsp cream of tartar – 2 tbsp cooking oil – 2 tbsp Jello – 1 3oz pack