Kids love nooks, nooks for reading, nooks for pretending, nooks for re-grouping (time-outs), nooks for having magical lunches in whimsical places, nooks to bring the outdoors in. Last week in It’s Playtime we had a couple of really nifty nooks and forts submitted. Like these forts? Come chat in the KOA Campfire community
about the forts you had and enjoyed when you were a kiddo!
made a reading tent for her kiddos to cozy up with a book. I loved how she brought camping indoors to create a special “place” (reading nook). My kids love “camping out” with books in a closet under our stairs. Wish we had a small pop-up – they’d love that!
made a massive fort out of old sheets and bungee cords. Like her, we have been interested in the fort kits which are flying around pinterest. I love how she created her own fort kit collection of items – and the finish product revolutionizes a living room into an adventure.
Who said all tents/forts had to be made out of sheets or pop-ups? I love what Ellie
did with her girls and a box that was destined for the curb – it became a “home” for her gals!
Thanks to all who make our linky a success each week! And thanks also to my co-hosts for faithfully organizing this each week. Happy linking!
Let the Children Play
Hands On: As We Grow
(P.S. if you have a pinterest account, leave your link in the comments. I am looking for more inspiration to follow :))
Thanks to KOA for sponsoring QM! Check out the fort suggestions (and add your own) on our KOA Campfire Community!