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#1 of 5 Old 01-17-2012, 08:39 AM - Thread Starter
 
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We just moved into a new house. I am interested in planning and setting up a natural play area for our 22 month old son.

 

Does anyone care to show there outdoor space or have inpiration on ow to create one?

 

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Hi there. We're currently in the process of moving, but I can share with you my absolute favorite blog for outdoor playspace inspiration: Let the Children Play. We love her Pinterest boards, too. Great ideas for sensory play, as well!

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Our Day Our Journey is one of the most inspiring blogs I've seen for creating outdoor playspace. They also have an etsy shop: natural kids and toys


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Oh Oh Oh -- and THIS one: Places for Play.

 

There is a previous thread on MDC: Outdoor Toys for Waldorf.


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Our urban preschool just built a second facility and it is wonderful. No "play structure" at all. Very large sand pit for sand/water/tunnel/slide play. Very large hill. Two tall stumps that can hold 2x4s for cars or jumping or running fast. So simply and amazing.

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