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You can make this tow truck from three pieces of 1/2 x 12 x 12 inch plywood.
You can make this tow truck from three pieces of 1/2 x 12 x 12 inch plywood. Use the plywood of your choice or lumber. Truck measures approximately 7-1/2 inches high x 11 inches long x 6-1/2 inches wide.
You can make this fire truck from three pieces of 1/2 x 12 x 12 inch plywood. Use the plywood of your choice or lumber.
Make dozens of toy cars and trucks for tots to play with! Looks great in a natural finish or paint in your favorite colors. Patterns drawn FULL SIZE for all 10 cars.
Momma bear pumps her legs up and down as she peddles a unicycle over a stretched string. Baby bear, acting as a counter-balance, rides along in a trapeze. Another smile inducing action toy. Finished dimensions are for the bear on top.
Ten adorable prehistoric dinosaurs for the kids to enjoy. These woodworking projects are quick and easy to build using scrap wood. Measuring 3-3/4 to 6 inches long. All patterns drawn FULL size.
These fun dinomobiles are fun and easy to make using 1-1/2 inch thick scrap wood pieces. All patterns drawn FULL size. Get the kids involved in painting them! When completed they range in size from 5-3/8 to 10 inches long.
Position two cars side by side, release the starting gate, and watch them race back and fourth to the finish.
Use the plywood of your choice or lumber. Truck measures approximately 7-1/2 inch high x 11 inch long x 6-1/2 inch wide. Full size drawings.
Modeled after the earthmoving monsters that roam large building sites, this sturdy truck makes moving lots of sand childs play for young construction hands. We built our dump truck from 1/2 inch thick pine, laminating material for the thicker parts. You can resaw and plane pine boards from the lumberyard or home center for the needed stock. A 1Ã8 and a 1Ã6, each 6 feet long, will provide more than enough material for one dump truck.
Five different irresistibly cute cartoon vehicles! A fire truck, a dump truck, a pickup truck, a school bus and an ice cream truck. Easy construction from 3/4 inch lumber.
This plan shows the secrets to making the logs, roof and all other parts. Kids will love to stack all the parts to build this log house. All pieces can be cut using 3/4 inch pine lumber. The plan includes a hayloft with ladder. All patterns drawn full size. Measures approximately 16 inches high x 23 inches long x 17 inches wide.
These miniature city trucks are made with common lumberyard molding and 3/4 inch thick stock.
Looking for a project that kids will love? This one is a ringer. With this horseshoe set, todays youngsters can have fun with a throwback to simpler times. The shoes and stakes are made from light but strong plywood finished in bright aniline dyes.
A popular wood project packed with action. This is one of the leaders in woodworking plans sales in the country. A conversation piece in wood. Marbles release every 2 seconds to cascade down and...
This cute set of ten cars is very quick and easy to build. Use 1-1/2" lumber. These projects are a lot of fun for kids to play with. All patterns drawn FULL size.
Build this little puddle-jumper for any flying enthusiast, and you will see their spirits soar. Or, give this toy to a child, and watch an imagination take flight. Either way, you will be an aviation hero.
Two tumbler toys in one set. A carefully balanced clown and whale are placed at one end of the bowed rail. They roll to the center and up the other side to repeat the action. Added waves enhance the whale version. The waves act as a fun background to the carnival clown when the project is turned around. Finished height includes clearance of tumbling toys. Design is inspired by bright European colors to enhance the project.
This childrens puzzle has several educational features. The twelve numbers have been designed with the same number of sides as the number itself. For example...
Little children love having their own workbench complete with tools made just for them! With this project kids can get real woodworking experience using the tools, too. They use the screwdriver to turn the two giant screws with slotted heads, ...
Here we have our easy to build acrobat toys. Make as many as you like and paint them all sorts of colors. A great toy for kids of all ages to learn about balancing and gravity. Easy to cut using the smallest of scrap wood pieces. Simply size it to how you like and print it to your computer. Beginner skill level.
You can make this tow truck from three pieces of 1/2 x 12 x 12 inch plywood. Use the plywood of your choice or lumber. Full size drawings.
This project is one way to clear the way for the reams of every heavy operator, whether they be child or adult. Dozer blade is 7.75 inches wide
Children are sure to love our new tow truck with a working crank and tow hook! Build it from 3/4 inch pine. All patterns drawn FULL size.
Zig-zag model is the Largest at (left) 25 inches high x 17 1/2 inches wide x 12 inches deep. Arched top model (right) 20 inches high x 10 1/2 inches wide x 7 inches deep. The marble game on the left is a basic double raceway, zigzag device. It has a handy ...
Toddler age children will love pulling this friendly caterpillar and watching the head and tail, as well as the bug on his back, bob up and down! All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. It measures approximately 14 inches long.
This is an enhanced version of a century old novelty. Kids loved to tie weights to a handkerchief and toss the bundle into the air to have it unfold and float to earth. Our wood version suggests the use of camouflage fabric with our wooden paratrooper.
This common novelty is usually found made of metal and plastic. The wood version works the same. However, this one has a nice, wood sound as the woodpecker pecks his way to the bottom. All wood except for a spring. Once calibrated, the wood bird when raised to the top of the wood pole and given a nudge will peck at the poleas it works its way to the bottom. The pecking noise adds to the fun.
The carnival toy resembles that also known as a high striker. This version has two seesaw paddles that when tapped, shoot two clowns up the pole to the tent at the top.
This wood rocket is patterned after rockets from the science fiction from the 1940s. The rocket itself can be built for play and display. Or build the entire project. Fun to watch, the rocket rolls along a string and when it hits the end, the bomb is released.
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