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Play area under the adult treehouse. Would love this behind the house. Looks natural, fits into the backyard decor, and fun for grandchildren.

Playground Build & Design | Natural, Wood | EarthWrights

Our schools need more natural elements on the playground. Students especially in our large cities get almost no access to natural materials to manipulate and experiment with. These wooden planks are so much better than a metal balance beam

Playground Build & Design | Natural, Wood | EarthWrights

We design and build natural, stimulating ‘habitats’ and playgrounds that invite children to play freely in a world of their own imagining,

Oh what they would all be able to share this one wonder if bob can make one of these...  @Alison Hobbs Hobbs Hobbs Hobbs Bozile?

Childrens outdoor toys from Cedar Works The Rockopotamus. Great indoor or outdoor sensory motor experience for kids.

LOVE! design the playground around the natural landscape, for the lanscape is in itself a playground :)

LOVE! design the playground around the natural landscape, for the lanscape is in itself a playground :)

I made a "worm farm" in 4th grade for a school project. How fun to have a permanent one in the backyard!

Ant farm, worm farm, what else? Maybe collect some catepillars, care for them and watch them turn into butterflies?

Learning and Exploring Through Play: DIY Mud Kitchen.

DIY Mud Kitchen

I like this because it's playhouse-style and has a kitchen sink. It would be fun to have water plumbed to the sink for mixing mud pies and cakes.

love this company - wonky ladders and big net swings

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!

Chalkboard Wall, and a bucket of chalk...BRILLIANT!!

Backyard chalkboard--less mess and the rain washes it away--such a good idea. Have your party guess write notes.then photograph for party memories before the rain washes it away.

Children need the freedom to take risks in play because it allows them to continually test the limits of their physical, intellectual and emotional development (Tranter, 2005). -  Mairtown Kindergarten: Hanging Bars ≈ ≈ http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/preschool-outdoor-play-environments/

Children need the freedom to take risks in play because it allows them to continually test the limits of their physical, intellectual and emotional development (Tranter, - Natural Hanging Bars

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