Build A Living Kid’s Playhouse That Brings Them Back To Mother Nature

Kids now days would prefer not to go outside and play, but sit inside and play on their telephones, video games and so on. You have to make them need to run outside with this living playhouse!

When I was little my companions and I used to play outside in the dirt, riding bicycles, and so forth. The children these days don’t do that any longer. They sit inside and play video games, staring at their telephones or tablets etc. They have a lot of things distracting them from going outside and being dynamic.


You have to make your children go outside and play. This regular living playhouse will make them appreciate that. It is a runner bean “teepee” den that gives shade and is awesome for children! What is shockingly better, you can make it yourself!


  • 8-10 long bamboo sticks
  • Pack of runner bean seeds
  • Gardening string
  • Large roll of garden string


  1. Pick your space.
  2. Push bamboo sticks in the ground around to make a pyramid shape. Leave a hole between two sticks for passageway. Secure the sticks utilizing the string.
  3. You can secure the state of the pyramid by utilizing chicken wire or a series of gardening strings.
  4. Dig a square foot around the bases of the bamboo sticks.
  5. Include compost or manure.
  6. Poke 2 holes 1-2 inchesprofound at the base of every stick.
  7. Put a seed into the hole and fill it with water. At the point when the water has drained, set the dirt back over the gaps and water once more.

Willow den


  • Straw for the base.
  • Large bundle of green willow rods


  1. Pick your space.
  2. Lay the straw over the surface of your space.
  3. Make gaps 2-3 inches in diameter through the region in the straw where the rods ought to be planted.
  4. Place the longest rods in the ground like the other arrangement of directions in the shape of a teepee.