Developmentally appropriate risk-taking is essential to developing an understanding of our bodies and all of the amazing things that they can do.

Wooden Playground Monkey bars

Developmentally appropriate risk-taking is essential to developing an understanding of our bodies and all of the amazing things that they can do.

A fresh take on a children's play house - a DIY rustic roundhouse made from natural reed screening (walls) and a brushwood screening roof. The area also features a wooden table and chairs made from logs and timber planks. This is our natural children's outdoor play area that my partner and I designed for our child to encourage creative, open-ended play. Designed and made by David Bennett

A fresh take on a children's play house - a DIY rustic roundhouse made from natural reed screening (walls) and a brushwood screening roof. The area also features a wooden table and chairs made from logs and timber planks. This is our natural children's outdoor play area that my partner and I designed for our child to encourage creative, open-ended play. Designed and made by David Bennett

I'm usually not that big on the whole 'natural play spaces' thing because most of them look too much like workout equipment and don't have much room for imaginative play- but this one actually looks great!

Line a pathway with rocks painted in glow in the dark paint. They "charge" during the day in the sun and reflect in the evening. Rust Oleum Glow in Dark Brush paint.

Line a pathway with rocks painted in glow in the dark paint. They "charge" during the day in the sun and reflect in the evening. Rust Oleum Glow in Dark Brush paint.

Portfolio - Emma Stothard - Sculptor | Willow Sculpture and Wire Sculpture | North Yorkshire, UK

Portfolio - Emma Stothard - Sculptor | Willow Sculpture and Wire Sculpture | North Yorkshire, UK

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