Making your home a kid’s paradise and a happy place to play will develop your children’s mental and physical well-being. Plus, thinking up new ways to stoke their imagination is enjoyable for us grown-ups, too. From fort building to fairy doors, check out these clever ways of making your home a magical place and paradise for kids to grow up in.
Rain nor snow will stop the fun.
01. Swinging And Watching TV At The Same Time.
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Much more enjoyable than watching TV on the treadmill.
02. You May Be A Bit Dizzy When You Reach The Bottom Of This Curly Fry Of A Slide.
03. No Yard Space? No Problem.
This family’s home is an excellent example of bringing outdoor recreational activities inside.
04. A Cute Little Cottage Equipped With A Quick Escape Route.
05. The High Walls Of The Pool Help To Prevent Sand Spillage.
Just make sure the kids know to brush off before they jump out — and keep your cat away: To their feline eyes, it will appear to be a very luxurious litter box.
06. Slides! Balls!
The fun to be had in this house is almost overwhelming.
07. Turn A Sprint Up The Stairs Into A Lesson About The Colors Of The Rainbow.
08. Forts Don’t Necessarily Have To Be Perched In Trees.
09. But If You Believe The Tree Is A Necessary Ingredient, Bring A Hunk Of One In.
Make sure to thoroughly cleanse your chosen stump of all insects first (unless you’re into that insectarium-style life).
10. You Don’t Even Have To Get Complicated — Plywood Works.
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11. The Perfect Way To Escape Some Siblings.
12. Relax In An Enormous Hammock.
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Just try not to think of the pain ensuing if the netting gives out. Maybe put a ball pit below it?
13. When You Make Your Ball Pit, You Don’t Have To Worry About Strangers’ Germs.
14. Too Lazy To Put Together A Bunch Of Pipes? Blow Up A Pool.
The slide isn’t necessary, but strongly encouraged.
15. Get Out That Energy, Kids! A Kid’s Paradise
Frolic! Play! Your parents will be over there….folding laundry. Again.
16. Gymnast In Training.
Make sure to lay down a rug for a gentler falling experience. Maybe even a padded mat.
17. Adult In The Front, Kid In The Back.
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A mullet of a room.
18. The Cheapest, Easiest Way To Bring A Piece Of The Playground Indoors.
19. Of Course, She’s Smiling — She Has A Swing In Her House, For Goodness Sake!
20. A DIY Jungle Gym To Monkey Around On.
21. “How Shall I Climb Into Bed Tonight: The Bars, The Ladder, Or The Rope?”
So many options.
22. Tire Swing Chic.
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23. “He Flies Through The Air With The Greatest Of Ease….”
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24. Check Out This Post To Learn How To Make An Indoor Climbing Wall.
25. Now, You Can Use That Knowledge To Construct A Wall Leading To A Hidden Nook.
26. Or A Little Lofted Hut.
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27. Level After Level Of Fun.
28. Books And A Slide? A Kid’s Paradise.
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The pairing you never knew you needed.
29. A Choice Well-Suited For Children Who Like To Imagine They’re Elves And Squirrels.
30. Slide, Slide, Slippy-Slide, A Kid’s Paradise.
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31. Last But Certainly Not Least: Don’t Forget A Seesaw.
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The finishing touch for the indoor playground of your wildest dreams.
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