Many gardens have a regular uniformity to their design. You know the format – a patio area on one side timber fencing to the other three forming a rectangle. In the middle is a grass lawn with some flower and shrub borders in front of the fence panels to break up the look. But gardens don’t need to follow these tried and test patterns. After all the architecture of the home can often deliver something original. The trouble is that most of us simply like having a bit of central lawn in our garden to enjoy on a summer’s day. Equally fenced perimeters remain popular because of the privacy they provide.
Climbing is something most kids will take to naturally. It is beneficial to their coordination as well as their strength. Go for a climbing frame that has more than one approach to it. Ladders steps and foot holes all present differing challenges that change with weather conditions and as the child grows in confidence. For younger kids don’t forget a slide which operates as a reward for getting to the top. Even if you don’t have a lot of height to work with a climbing area that focuses on traversing still builds confidence as well as muscles.”
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