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10 Kid-Friendly Ideas for Backyard Fun

DIY Kids' Water Table by inspirationthief: Made for about 11 dollars with scrap wood and a plastic cement mixing tub from Home Depot. Wonderful with water outdoors or sand or rice indoors!

How to make a sandpit: Sandpits have always been a favourite with kids. But when the design also includes a gravel pit, a river of grass and raised walkways, you’ll have to drag them away from the fun. THIS WILL BE THE NEXT SAND PIT FOR THE KIDS!

How to make a sand and water table

Learn how to build a fun DIY sand and water table for your kids! Free plans by Jen Woodhouse

This plan is to build a simple and inexpensive sensory table which can be used with water, sand, rice, or other material to give a sensory experience to a toddler or young child. The design is very minimal and therefore inexpensive and simple to build.

Based on another hack I'd seen around, I knew the Trofast drawers had a lip that made them pretty much perfect for this use. My husband picked up the Strecket rails from the kitchen department, and after testing that the rail and Trofast lip were a match,

Fun play area for kids, especially like roll of craft paper on table for drawing and painting.

DIY Sandbox Table

This is far better than a big sandbox! Free Plans DIY Sandbox Table… So easy and SO cheap too!

MAKE ONE AT HOME FOR A READING NOOK.To make a housekeeping area/ play house, build just the front frame for a door and window, and put the rest of the supplies behind it!

20 Ways to Hack, Tweak, Repurpose & Reimagine IKEA's Trofast

Beyond Toy Storage: 20 Ways to Hack, Tweak, Repurpose & Reimagine IKEA's Trofast

DIY – Sand and Water table, perfect for more than one kid!

Play Create Explore: Ocean Sensory Bin- add pennies and a ship for hidden treasure. Add plastic fish or sea animals from the dollar store.