Sleighs are a fun part of winter for children. Follow the instructions at the link and build a sleigh.
Give the kids some winter exitement with a sleek, new toboggan that you can build.
Like any good sled, this pull along sleigh is sure to become an heirloom. At 30 inches long, this petite coaster is designed as a childs first sled, one for sliding on gentle slopes.
These are plans for a wooden downhill snow toboggan.
If the idea of a sturdy homebuilt sled strikes your fancy (and it well might, considering the prices of today is brand name models), you may want to take a close look at the snow scooter that the woodshop elves pieced together for the holiday season.
Roy Morrison describes an inexpensive, easy-to-build sled for winter hauling … the Corbin Carrier.
You can make your own sled by following these simple instructions and diagrams.
Here is a sled that is as sure to be a big hit for a child or grandchild this Christmas as it is to be passed on to the next generation, and the next, and next.
Here is a fine project for your workshop that will delight that favorite child. This wooden sled toy can be made from all non-priority materials in a few hours time.
If all this has been properly done, you now have made a sled which it will be almost impossible to break; and, with a rope to pull by, one boy can haul snowballs enough for a dozen companions. SNOWBALL WARFARE! 🙂