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Entertaining kids is never easy, but most of us would prefer if our youngsters were busy playing outside or tackling a craft project instead of being glued to a screen.
Fortunately, Bunnings Workshop community members have shared many creative projects that can keep children happy and entertained for countless hours.
Here are the top 10 most popular kids projects on Workshop by pageviews: D.I.Y. cubby house using recycled pallet timber
1. D.I.Y. cubby house using recycled pallet timber by @Yorky88
A massive hit among the Workshop community, pallet maestro Marty's cubby house includes a telescope, a rock climbing wall and steering wheels.
2. Ute bookshelf by @prettyliving
Jess built this creative ute-shaped bookshelf with storage behind the door and headlights that can be used as a night light.
3. Cubby house with picket fence and planter box by @ProjectPete
Pete's custom-built cubby house features tongue-and-groove cladding, a custom picket fence and a planter box.
4. Kids mud kitchen by @Noah
Built using Pine and fence palings, Noah's mud kitchen includes a benchtop, sink, hooks, chalkboard menu and a name tag. A simple and cost-effective project that's perfect for beginners. Recycled pallet mud kitchen
5. Recycled pallet mud kitchen by @LePallet
While building this mud kitchen, Rylie included a functional tap and a sink to make playtime even more fun.
6. Kids cubby house with sandpit and slide by @weekenddiyer
Community member weekenddiyer turned a flatpack cubby into a fun playhouse by adding fence pickets, a slide, bell, chalkboard and sandpit.
7. Two-storey pallet timber cubby house by @Tara86
Inspired by Marty's project, Tara built her own two-storey cubby house using recycled pallet timber and Merbau decking boards.
8. Kids climbing frame made from recycled materials by @LePallet
This kids climbing frame includes rope handles to make it easier to move. Castle bookshelf
9. D.I.Y. kids sandpit and chalkboard by @LePallet
While adding a sandpit and chalkboard to his cubby house, Rylie included a colourful arrangement of Pine posts that brightened the entire play area.
10. Castle bookshelf by @prettyliving
This castle-shaped bookshelf was screwed together to create a secure structure and attached to the wall with one angle bracket.
Check out the following guides for step-by-step instructions: How to build a kids outdoor tent
Bunnings Workshop community members have shared many other terrific kids projects, including portable kids table tennis table by @Tara86, Montessori inspired kids bookshelf by @diy_hausdesigns and @Renowayoflife's D.I.Y. kids bedroom storage.
For more inspiration, check out these mud kitchens, play tables, sandpits and kids storage ideas.
The Top 10 most popular cubby house projects shared by Workshop members also includes great ideas.
Last updated: November 2023
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