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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...Read More »
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!...
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 team.
DIY Leak Proof Water Blob
Amazing idea... with only 12$..water blob made with Painter’s plastic....plastic sheeting (*4 mil* – any size (here is used 10×25-foot roll, and cut it down to about 10×20) • an iron; • a hose; • (optional) coloring. Lay the plastic sheet down to form a water mattress and seal with iron