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smaller version of something similar for our kid? I like play areas like this because 1. they're more natural, 2. they allow for imagination to grow and 3. they can be incorporated into our landscape

Adding stumps and other balancing elements creates a sand play area that is so much more than just a sand box. This appeals to a much wider age range than a box of sand. Can become a fire pit when the kids get older.

4'x4' clubhouse with wooden roof, ladder entry, standard slide, picnic table, 8' swing beam with 2 standard swings & standard tire swing cantilever

clubhouse with wooden roof, ladder entry, standard slide, picnic table, 8 swing beam with 2 standard swings standard tire swing cantilever

Painted PVC pipe mounted on a piece of wood. Maybe make it a bit smaller so the kids can reach the top easier?

7 Tips for making your school's garden FABULOUS!

Simple DIY backyard toy- Pvc painted and mounted to 4x4 post. pouring pebbles sand, water, and more is so FUN!  Makes fun sounds too

7 Tips for making your school's garden FABULOUS!

Simple DIY backyard toy- Pvc painted and mounted to post. pouring pebbles sand, water, and more is so FUN! Makes fun sounds too Great for Gulf Shore EYC's outdoor play area!

Quick balance beam for kids. One 2x4 and two pieces of 4x4 put together with nails. Sand to get rid of roughness. About $5 total. Great tool to increase your child's gross motor skills and balance!

Quick balance beam for kids. Sand to get rid of roughness. Great tool to increase your child's gross motor skills and balance!

We have a privacy fence at the bottom of our backyard...would love to put this chalkboard there next to the swing set and our picnic area.

Creating An Outdoor Play Haven — Lowe's Creative Ideas

snow disk, put a rock in the center and fill with water and place in the garden Children’s play pond -love this outdoor play space and the chalk board on the fence (framed!) and bright mailbox for storage!

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