Bridge? Tunnel? Or a combination of both? We aren’t quite sure what it was we created – just that it was awesome! It all started out with Keira deciding we needed to make wiggly worms, from there they each needed a tunnel and these became double bridges! Ayra thought it was a smart railway – she has her say towards the end.
A roller coaster was what we aimed for this week. With a double loop and an incline for only the bravest – it was a heck of a track to play with. It also had some good places for a three year old to hide!
What better use for a set of shelves than to become the supports for our largest track so far! This weeks adventure has given us a few new ideas so stay tuned for the next couple of tracks to come!
Keira and Arya’s table and chairs became the centre piece for this IKEA train set. Firstly weaving around them and then building up and over them. The final piece started to look quite impressive!
This week we built a mountain and then tested its safety factor – sadly it was a little lacking! But Keira and Tobin had a lot of fun 🙂 Our toy trains flew down the track at a great speed.
Wishing you all an awesome 2014 – oh and yes it is meant to be the Sydney Harbour Bridge 🙂
This train track was a lot of fun. We had had the idea of using the sparklers but needed to wait for the kids to go to bed. This actually ending up working really well as they looked great when is was pitch black.
Happy New Year Everyone!
It’s always nice to have a little help from friends – thanks Tobin and Shane! The final track certainly started to make our lounge room look small!
This is our Christmas Train Track and our favourite so far. We had a close call when putting the star on top – “wobble” would be an understatement. See if you can spot a black and a white cat in the background 🙂
This week we decided to launch into the air. With the addition of a few homemade supports we are now attaining some serious ground clearance. If you have any suggestion for future tracks please let us know!
This week we went for spirals – rather like the effect we achieved.