We have two kids, and spending large amounts of time outside is not their first choice. At our house I sometimes have to set a timer to motivate them to be outdoors, and they run back to our screened porch at the sight of a bee! A playground might not change a child’s opinion of bees, but it will b
Don’t bore your kids with a regular ol’ sandbox. They’ll be entertained for hours in this giant boat sand fort. I know I would! And with those infographic instructions, it’s almost painless to build. The sail-turned-sun shade is a wonderful idea, too. Keeps the sand cool as well as the little ones.
The Family Handyman reader, Nick was looking for a playset for his son. but he was not impressed with the playsets from the big box stores, so Nick and his father, Bill, built this massive playset for his son over the course of three days
This step by step diy woodworking project is about outdoor playset with swing and slides plans. This kids playset design features two forts joined together by a bridge. In addition, this project features a swing and a climbing wall.