DIY - board games hanging on wall (no glass front in frame), baggie on back to hold pieces --- playroom Wall Art, Storage Art, Games Rooms, Boards Storage, Plays Rooms, Frames Boards, Games Boards, Boards Games, Games Pieces
Think Thin Avoid deep drawers in favor of shallow ones. Deep drawers can quickly turn into dumping grounds but shallow drawers are super efficient, making it a cinch to store -- and find! -- board games, kids' art supplies, or reading materials.
Game boards as wall art. This is a great idea since you can usually find incomplete board games at thrift stores and garage sales... the pieces you have left can be used for other projects/put into a bin for the kids to use in art projects later! - Play room
love using these bags, we use the bigger ones for saving clothes in the attic, but the smaller ones I have been using for Cassidy's toys. Yesterday we put all of her magnetic princess sets into one! :)
Board game storage....There is no way to say how much I need this...add a second one for puzzle storage....
Great idea for playroom- Board games hanging on wall (no glass front in frame), baggie on back to hold pieces (screw eyelets in corners of board) and hang with ribbon - keeps games organized and looks great too
Here's a simple idea for using LEGO blocks to count. Students move around the board adding or subtracting blocks from their tower. At the end of the game, players count how many they have and the player with the most wins! (They can also compare towers by length.)