15 adorable recycled pallet ideas for kids
Anyone else a huge pallet fan like me? I love that pallets can be turned into an array of useful things around the home and garden. And, what’s even better, is you should be able to source pallets for free! Whether it’s using them as is, or dismantling them; pallets can be a really economical way of building furniture, play houses, climbing apparatus and more!!
Here I’ve curated a collection of some of the best ideas for play areas using up-cycled pallets. Unfortunately most of my best finds did not come with DIY instructions, however I have tried to share only those that look like they have been constructed from pallets only.
I hope you enjoy these ideas and maybe get some inspiration for your next pallet project.
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Pallet Mud Kitchen
mud pie, mud cake, mud everything….. because muddy play is fun!
Apple Crate Fort
Pallet Tee Pee
Pallet Pirate Ship
Pallet tree house with sand pit
Credit: Bird Bath Blog
This is amazing. Check out the detail.
Pallet play area with music wall
Pallet car wash play area
Pallet play bus
Pallet Water Wall
Pallet Sand Box
Pallet Climbing Frame
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You’ll be amazed at this quick, easy and fun process art invitation. Kids will produce such beautiful results.
A simple nature scavenger hunt inspired activity. Using flowers and leaves collected from the garden, children can create a nature crown.
Easy cardboard hedgehog craft turned into a nature weave. Perfect fine motor practice for preschoolers and older kids.
Get the kids outside to collect leaves and flowers then stick them onto card to make a nature rainbow collage.
Get the kids outdoors in winter with an open ended nature scavenger hunt leading to a color sorting activity. This can easily be adapted to any time of year.