Use PVC pipe to make a sand and water table for kids! My 2, 4, and 6 year olds have been loving this sensory play table. I am loving the fact that you can change out the tubs and do either water or sand (or something else!) but not have both out at the same...Read More »
Every backyard should have at least one outdoor play space for kids. Sand and water tables are a perfect option! They are a great way for kids to have fun while staying cool in the backyard. They are primarily used for sensory play, but they can also be used for learning activities, science projects, and pretend or imaginative play. This article contains several options that you can DIY or buy today!
LOVE this sand & water table, but maybe it's even easier to make if I find a castoff coffee table & just cut out space for the containers?? AND, get extra containers for easy switch out when I don't want to use sand but want to store it for later.
How to Build a PVC Pipe Sand and Water Table - We used 3/4 inch PVC pipe; 10 T joints 4 elbow joints with three pipe openings (for the top four corners) 8 elbow joints (for the funnel area across the top) 4 caps 2 cross joints 4 – 10 foot PVC pipes PVC pipe cutters Spray paint PVC glue Two under-the-bed tubs