A simple but sturdy bench or stepstool, from the students of the Clear Spring School in Eureka Springs, Ark.
This sand box is as rugged and durable as it is simple to build. Use the free plans at the link to build a backyard sandbox.
Here is backyard fun for children, a convenient play station for crafts, board games and outdoor snacks. Scroll down the page at the link to find the downloadable plan.
This rocker will become a childs favorite chair, so it needs to be construted to take a beating.
All you need is a little space, a weekend and some basic carpentry skills to build this backyard sand box.
This project will satisfy your little prince or princess with a medieval touch — a castle top! It is functional too, with plenty of space for books and knick-knacks, as well as a storage drawer at the bottom.
A rocket bookcase that any mom (or dad) can make to be an out of this world hit for their little ones. Features four roomy shelves and a top display shelf, optional rocket flares and mods for space port holes.
A fun shelf to build and is creative at the same time.
A picnic table that looks like a pirate ship! Add an umbrella and every day dining is literally a breeze.
This X table and benches are kids height, perfect for an afternoon picnic or a tea party.