“I’m bored! There’s nothing to do,” you hear, despite the cool toys wall-to-wall in the kid’s rooms. Solve that problem while getting them some fresh air with these 10 Kid-Friendly Pallet Projects to make summer fun! Be sure to supervise the children with any power tools, chemicals and proper use of safety equipment.
Put those phones down; have family fun with these Kid-Friendly Pallet Projects that are perfect for parties, too!
How about a set of Pallet Stringer Stilts? These would take very little effort to make. Use a jigsaw or band saw. DEFINITELY be sure to supervise the older kids and do the cutting for the younger kids, please.
How about a DIY Tic-Tac-Toe game? You don’t even have to make the fancy box! You could just simply fabric paint the board onto an old towel!
Make a yard Jenga-style game – Kid-Friendly Pallet Projects that even the adults will love! Another project perfect for those stringer boards – and they’re naturally irregular to start with!
Make a giant Kerplunk game! This would be great for parties, too!
Outdoor Yard Dice are fun and educational when they have to add the totals – truly Kid-Friendly Pallet Projects!
Giant Scrabble Tiles will keep them sharp on spelling and vocabulary over the summer!
Or, Outdoor Boggle!
Now, this is a great example of Kid-Friendly Pallet Projects! Make a classic Wooden Birdhouse and teach them a little about nature!
Make a Tennis-Ball Toss Game!
Save money for the holidays and make Outdoor Yardzee Game sets for gifts! Elevate them by drilling and using wood plugs and copper inlay!