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This playhouse is guaranteed to have a swarm of kids in, on, and around it all day long, every day.
If you don’t have a saber saw, rent one for half a day to cut out this house. Clamp two sheets of 1/2-inch plywood together and cut both at once as shown in the cutting diagram.
Use a dowel to peg the circle cutout from the door over the peak of the house. Use loose pin hinges on all joints, including the four half panels.
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This children’s gym can be adapted to fit most any basement. The rope trapeze and swing are suspended from floor joists. A camp cot mattress makes a tumbling mat.
The platform to keep the youngsters off a cold floor is plywood on a 2×4 frame. Target is painted hardboard — ideal for suction cup darts.
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