Fabric bolts, the cardboard that bolts of fabric are wrapped around. Stop into you local fabric shop and ask if they have any.
Cork, fun for adult to collect and children to play with. You can float them, fling them, stack them, glue them, and more. Photo of
Clothespins, or clothes pegs as they’re called in the UK, have been a staple for hanging the wash on the lines. They come in different
Cardboard boxes they come in all shapes and sizes, these ones are on the smaller size. You can never have enough for when a child’s
Cardboard tubes can be used as ramps, swords, construction materials and more.
Don’t overlook this find, they come in several sizes.
Put a few on a table or a whole stack and see what happens.
Cow bones may make sum of us squeamish, while to others they’re totally fascinating.
The endless possibilities for all your learning centers.
Oh, the memories these bring to mind. Holidays, sewing notions, buttons.
To adults doll heads may seem gruesome but kids really dig them.
An abandoned structure made of loose parts found along Stockton Beach in Newcastle. Children are drawn to create with the odds and ends they discover