This run is a twist on the long run of steps that flows down a wall–here the ball takes a lovely series of curves on its way down. I’ve shown all the steps, and given fewer words for this set of instructions with the hope that you can pop it up on the tablet or phone or wherever and let your kids (7-8ish +? ) give it a go. Enjoy!
Rainbow stackers are delightful—they are art when they’re on the shelf, and can be anything from scenery to fancy balancing acts in play. There are many options, but it’s worth considering the function of the rainbow in your home before making a purchase.
Instructions to build a ball run using the Grimms Rainbow, Basic building set, stepped roofs, bridges and semi-circles. This one is optimized for the small-balls.
Step-by-step instructions to build a self-propelling Grimms Spiral Ball Run