Children often need their own space to grow and develop; of course, they need parents or guardians to help nurture them along the way, but all children enjoy some semblance of independence. Why not secure that by building them their very own treehouse! Full of wonders and excitement, a house in the trees fuels a child’s imagination and fosters interpersonal relationships.
The fun is all in the fantasy: you can make your treehouse be your imagination hub. Or you could use it as a place to escape home life and pressures from the outside. Whatever your reason for building a treehouse, now comes the time to choose what to include in the structure. Here is a list of some nifty ideas that could elevate your child’s treehouse to the next level.
The Classic Swing
Who doesn’t love having a swing? It seems to be one of the pieces of equipment at the playground that is always full. So why not add one to a treehouse? You have different styles to choose from, from the all too familiar park-style swing to a more dramatic tire swing. Whatever the final decision may be, be sure that your child will find endless hours of entertainment in the play equipment.