We also have lots and lots of great ideas on our Pinterest page - so feel free to check this out too.
My Cubby Mazes
Download our My Cubby Mazes to help the children find their Cubby
Maze 1 is for the younger kids
Maze 2 is a little more tricky for the older kids
How about taking the colouring pens outside and your kids can create their own dream cubby house colours!
We love any ideas about recycling, sustainability and caring for things. How about creating your own Milk Container Flower Pots!
Just cut a rectangle shape out of the container (about the size of the label on the front, make some holes in the bottom for drainage, add potting mix, then add your gorgeous flowers (or strawberries – yum!).
Thanks to our lovely customer Karen for this wonderful idea.
Check out this list of The Best DIY Backyard Games!
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How fun is this huge outdoor Jenga? It's so simple to make & will give your family many fun times in the backyard!
We found this, along with full instructions here
Take the game of Xs and Os outside -- and into the air -- with this supersize version. On a flat surface, stick strips of duct tape to a shower curtain, as shown. Use more tape to make Xs on four Frisbees or heavyweight plastic plates. You'll need four more disks or plates for Os.
To play, set up a throw line, then follow the rules of tic-tac-toe. If your disk lands off the board, in an already-claimed square, or centred on a line, throw it again.
How fun does this look for the whole family? All you need to do is cut shapes in a tarp, put tape on the edges and give a point value to each shape. Smaller kids can stand closer, older kids and adults further back!
Make it once and it's a fun and cheap game to play over and over and pull out at parties
Fun outdoor game for toddlers.
It helps learn colours and shapes
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we promise we won't hassle you!