Monday, December 14, 2020
Playing outside with children is not only fun, but also good for their development. Even for the youngest family members there is enough to experience and discover in the garden. Create a special child zone in the garden. So you can work in and around the garden while they’re playing and having fun outside.
Playing in the sand
Children love to play in the sand and can enjoy themselves for hours. A corner sandpit makes supervising children at a young age a lot easier. The raised sides of our (FSC® wood) sandpit make overview easier and the kids can play out of the wind. This multifunctional corner sandpit is already suitable for children from the age of 1.5 years, but remains attractive for growing up children for a long time to come.
One raised side of this sandpit is equipped with hooks. Suitable for hanging up children’s garden tools or a jacket for example. The other side has a blackboard to chalk on. The sandbox is delivered without sand. This gives the possibility to 'fill in' the sandbox in another way as well. What do you think of turning the sandbox into a vegetable garden, ball pit or swimming pool?
Playing in the backyard becomes even more interesting with a children's picnic table. This wooden picnic table (FSC® 100%) with lid is very versatile. Bacause the table is actually also a sandbox at height, ideal to fill with water on warm summer days. And when the lid is on, the table is suitable for a children's high tea, picnic or clay session for example.
For all creative kids there are also fun do-it-yourself projects. Read more in our blog about outdoor creativity.
The sandbox and children's picnic table are easy demountable and can therefore be sent (online). Comes in one box (per article) with a clear fullcolor sticker. *If you order now, it will be delivered to you mid March.
For those who have a garden with a tree, rack or canopy, we’ve got something really tough and special: outdoor swings. The sturdy horse and tyre swing are easy to hang everywhere in the garden, by using the red ropes. The swings are made of recycled rubber materials.