Articles tagged with: outdoor toys
Yes it is all about the C word, Christmas, but just because it is winter in the UK, it doesn’t mean that all the toys and gifts need to be indoor ones. Sellwood products sell an amazing range of quality childrens climbing frames. They have a range of sizes and prices to suit most budgets and garden sizes.
Spring has certainly sprung and I am currently in the process of cleaning out the boys playhouse after a winter unused. There are many different types and styles of playhouses, it can be something of a mind field to choose the right one for you.
Flea thought the anchors away play table was gorgeous – and I thought it was nice and sturdy, with no fragile pieces, or fiddly assembly. I love that the toys are included which means kids can play with this set as soon as it’s up, and you don’t need to shell out for accessories – which is a good thing given that the table is £70. There are a range of nice play features, from a working anchor to the waterfall, a pirate boat with two figures and a whale.
I love anything that gets us out and enjoying the great outdoors. We took the giant bubbles with us on a recent trip to the playground. After the playground it was bubble time! We attracted quite a crowd of little ones all chasing after the giant bubbles. It was loads of fun.
The Royal Quoits set from Aspace is an engaging and educational (if you make the children keep score) game, whose appeal crossed all the age rages from 3 years to 66 years. Its simplicity is part of its appeal and it is totally engrossing. We keep coming back to this and have had great fun in the good weather with it. We are planning to take it camping with us. Thoroughly recommended.
Rosemary loves the Didicar, even if she does get hurt a lot, and she’ll probably come round to using it properly. It seems very sturdy and I think will last a long time. It’s something she can share when a friend comes round, without arguments (except perhaps who gets to sit in front!). All in all, the Didicar is a good toy and good value for money, but older children may well be better at using it in the right way.