How to make your garden toddler friendlyhttp://www.bowleswyer.co.uk
Make sure your garden is visible from your home. You may not always be in it with them.
Be sure to have shaded areas! Whether its by trees, a canopy or something else. In the summer months its important to have shaded areas to take breaks in.
Have somewhere to store your clutter! If your toddler is playing outside and theres chairs, tables, or any other garden furniture it could cause a serious trip hazard.
Try to avoid small stones on pavements If youre child is unsupervised, its possible they could pick these up and put them in their mouth causing a choking hazard. An alternative to smaller stones are decorate larger stones!
If you have a water feature/pond in your garden make sure its easily covered if your child isnt supervised.
Have a hard surface, whether it be a patio, pathway or something else. With this you can make a track/circuit for them to run around or ride around.