T is for Teetering, Tottering, Testing and Tumbling

tea time trekking toasting marshmallows tiggy talking tongue twisters tumbling turtles toads two up tomboy tennis tumbling tag tearing around tightrope teeter totter top topple tug-o-war tent tea party treehouse trampoline teaching tool timeless! Tiny Tim taught the tango tactfully trees tires trikes trucks trips toboggan tubing testing treat trounce tilt tweet torque tire swing twirl tumble test tiptoe tricycle tea parties trains team trust and time T is tiptoe through the tulips! tree climbing, tree houses, tree swing – ABC meet one two tree TIME to play tents tickles toys trampolines tricks and treats tunnels towers throwing

Teeter-totters at rest – Montreal, Canada

Trees are a recurring theme today. Chris Gregory from @chrisplayiom knows of what he speaks. Check out his guerilla tree swings caper.

We’re now into Day 21, Letter U. Have fun – ABCs4Play – just 1 week to go.

Join us at #ABCs4Play easy as 1, 2, 3….

5 responses to “T is for Teetering, Tottering, Testing and Tumbling

  1. Hey, where are these see-saws/ I’m trying to find these for some research and I am having trouble. THANKS!


    • Hi Neil, Sorry to have taken so long to get in touch. These see-saws are located in Parc de Kent – Côte-des-Neiges Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montreal. Hope this is helpful for your research. What is your research about by the way?


      • It’s for a prospective indoor theatre piece featuring a see-saw, surrounded by four big screens! Thank you for your information!


      • I’d love to see some video of that and possibly post it on the blog. Let me know if that’s a possibility. Cheers, Alex


      • It’s a long term thing, but as soon as we have something, then I’ll be happy to share it. Another question: do you know if the ‘Wizard of Oz’ playground still exists in LaSalle, a suburb west of Montreal? It’s pretty much disused but may not exist at all now. Anything on the history of this place would be much appreciated.


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