I will warn you right up front: this push mower makes lots of noise, but it was fun to build and kids love it.
A perfect Holiday gift for that favorite little boy or girl. This Cable Car model toy is one shop-made gift that is sure to get plenty of play-time.
Standard and metric measurements available. This scooter is an example of how something mechanical can be made just by using standard materials that can be purchased from most building supply stores. This project should be undertaken in conjunction with a capable adult. This project basically involves cutting the pieces of wood to length, marking where the holes are to be drilled, drilling the holes and simply bolting the pieces together.
This picnic table is an ideal project for the budding young woodworker to test his (or her) skills. The picnic table is an ideal size to seat children from the age of 1 year old up to 7 years old, and although kids that age will obviously be too young to build such a table, it is more of a project that bigger kids can make for smaller kids, of course under the supervision or with the help of a capable adult.
Build this toolbox with your child or make it as a gift, filled with small size tools it makes a fantastic birthday or Christmas present.
One for the kids, a neat rocking table that doubles as play table.
Here you will find a great three piece construction crew toy, a truck, trailer, and bulldozer.
This is the metric version for this childrens picnic table. Also available at this link are plans in the standard Imperial (feet and inches) version.
Here is a real favorite. This chair swing is a popular project for Grandpa to build. The seat can be folded up for storage when the Grandkids are back home.
A walk through of how to build a fun growth chart to watch your kid is progress. PDF format drawings included.