How to Make a PVC Pipe Sand and Water Table - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Use PVC pipe to make a sand and water table for kids! My 2, 4, and 6 year olds have been loving this sensory play table. I am loving the fact that you can change out the tubs and do either water or sand (or something else!) but not have both out at the same […]
How to Make a Fun Tire Swing | eHow.com
Nothing reminds us of lazy summer days more than an old-fashioned tire swing hanging from a tree. This version of the timeless classic features a tire supported horizontally by three points of attachment and a swivel point that allows movement in multiple directions.
PIPE BALL GAME: 4" diameter pvc pipe, cut with 30° angle on one end & straight cut on other ends. Lengths of pipes(from flat bottom to very tip of the 30°angle): 4 @ 14", 3 @ 11.5", 2 @ 9", 1 @ 7". Paint pipes. Set the cut pipes in a triangle bowling pin shape(tallest in back 4, 3, 2, 1). Mark spots on adjoining pipes, drill ¼" holes, use zip ties thread into holes & attach, cut off excess tie, repeat until all are secured. Attach numbers to represent point values. 3 tennis balls for each…
DIY Leak Proof Water Blob
Having a backyard is of no use if you don’t use it to its highest potential. With summer knocking at the door, it’s recommended you prepare a fun and relaxing activity, for you as well as for the children. Try to make this DIY Water Blob in about half an hour. It will only cost […]
Ways to Re-Use Tires - Paige's Party Ideas
Tractor Tire+ spray paint +fun noodles + SAND! Idea came from pinterest it is a perfect idea for a sandbox. Made last summer for my daughter. She loves it:)
35 Ridiculously Fun DIY Backyard Games That Are Borderline Genius
35 Ridiculously Fun #DIY #Backyard #Games That Are Borderline Genius - In the months leading up to summertime, my kids start getting crazy antsy. It’s like they’re turning into little balls of energy I can scarcely control. They start tearing around the house. I find myself wishing as much as they would that the weather would warm up enough already to go outside!
The $30, 30-Minute, Do-It-Yourself Sensory Table • A Teaching Mommy
Learn how to make your own sensory table with this DIY tutorial. Your kids will love playing in it and you'll love that it breaks down for easy storage.
Shishkaball Ball-Drop Game
The heyday of classic board games like Ker-Plunk and Jenga may be long gone, but you can re-create that heady feeling of pulling out a piece and waiting to see if everything comes crashing down. You can do it in a yard-size version that's sure to become the raucous centerpiece of any summer gathering.All you need is :
Backyard projects to try this weekend
Make a HUGE squishy water blob, build a teeter-totter (see-saw) or a custom signpost, dress up your old picnic table, add a slide to your deck, and more!