Recently I decided that Master B needed another little table top for activities. So, using the same idea as the homemade oven (see post here ), I stuck a couple of nappy boxes together, chose some of his artwork, made a plain ‘table top’, so that it would be easier to focus on puzzle pieces, books, etc, and covered the whole thing in clear contact for a bit of protection and durability.
The 2 little drawers/shelves serve well as storage areas for puzzles or other bits and bobs… Whatever seems to be the lucky ‘flavour of the month’!
So far it has been utilised as a puzzle table, a place to read books, a space to look at pictures from his ‘little pot of pictures’ (see post here), a baby / teddy change table (blog post to follow), a (toy) vegetable cutting board, and a tea party table for his soft toy animal, teddy & doll collection! As it’s use does tend to vary, it’s worked well as a spot for storing toys/puzzles borrowed from the local toy library which also regularly change.
How do you store or display your child’s art?
Where do you keep puzzles and where does your child like to play with them?