Building a dream

April 13, 2012

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We had some wonderful volunteers come to my school this week to build a structure on our playground. It is an open-ended house/castle/pirate ship hull/treehouse that the children just love.

What I love is that they bought all the materials and got it done!! We just have to pay for materials and love them forever. Done and done.

Comment suggestion: Where was a place you liked to play outside when you were a kid? Me? The tree out back of the church – it had two different good-to-sit-on-limbs to choose from!

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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5 Responses to “Building a dream”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Awww… they’re so cute!

    We had a metal monkey-bars structure that was always the Hall of Justice during recess. I was always Aquaman for some reason. I think Superman was taken.

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  2. Beth Said on:

    There was a corner on the outside of our house (created by the outside walls of our parents’ room and the piano room) that was sort of hidden by a big pine tree. Tucked in that corner was the outside gas meter.

    It made for a fantastic restaurant. I made about a million grass-leaf-flower salads and bark-chip burgers in that place. And rang them up at the gas-meter-counter.

    I loved that little corner of my world.

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  3. Kristi Said on:

    The boy in the yellow shirt has some serious dance moves… or bathroom issues. Anyway, the structure looks awesome! The delight on the kids’ faces proves it. Well done!

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  4. Karla Said on:

    Zeke just watched that with me. He said he wants to play on it too. We’re on our way over -- see you in about 14 hours. 😉

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  5. Peggy Said on:

    Kudos to your awesome volunteers!!

    We loved to build & play in tents when I was a kid. We’d use blankets & sheets and make tents on the back porch or use the clothes pole (umbrella style). We’d even spend the night in those tents.

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