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    The kiddies would dig a labyrinth in the backyard. Line path with stones or wood.

    Michele something like this maybe in your garden with the rocks you remove. but I would do it bigger scale and with plantings on the outside

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    Stump stools by the Cumulus Project. (The wood for these three stools was harvested from a fallen maple tree)

    The Natural Playscape is not a run of the mill playground. It is a play area constructed using natural materials such as boulders, earth mounds & water features avoiding plastics, metals, concrete, lumber, or signs explaining how to play. Children that roll down hills, scramble up rocks, dam up water, or hide in grass experience natural play. This type of play frees the child’s imagination to limitless learning opportunities.

    Turtle Labyrinth -- this labyrinth is constructed on private property in Arroyo Grande, California; the actual labyrinth is 102 feet in diameter.

    Path in way back yard with mulch trail for any-time walks in the woods ... (even little 'fun stations' along the way for the kids to stop and play/hang out at)

    Garden entry. From flickr: "Entry walk and entry gate I designed and built for a home in Arroyo Grande, California, in 2005." Photo owned by Lance & Cromwell.

    natural log balance beam and stumps. Turn top of log into bench. Stumps could lead to climbing tower.

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    playscapes: The Park for Playing and Thinking, Contrafile and Basurama, Sao Paulo Brasil