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DIY Cardboard Skate Park

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I think my boys like making/constructing things more than actually playing with them. This DIY cardboard skateboard park is a fun project to make up as you go plus you can play with it after as a bonus!

We trimmed out a half pipe shape in a small(ish) box much like the car jump from Frugal Fun for Boys.

DIY Cardboard Skate ParkThen used a long rectangular piece of cardboard to fill in the ramp using duct tape to secure.

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

Then we made a rail slide and stairs on another piece of cardboard. A craft stick trimmed can fit in a slot cut into the cardboard and secured with some glue.

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

DIY Cardboard Skate ParkWe made the stairs out of cardboard using sticks and duct tape to secure.

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

DIY Cardboard Skate Park

Julius Jr. sent us this awesome Rock‘n Playhouse and I knew it was the perfect way to combine our fun handmade skatepark with the Rock’n Playhouse so that the boys had extra fun to add and play with their cousins!

Rock‘n PlayhouseThe boys thought this was really cool but the 4/5 year old version of my youngest would have FLIPPED for this. So cute!

Rock‘n Playhouse

Rock‘n Playhouse

It’s also a fun way to extend playtime with the toys they love and asked for from the store!  (You can find this and other toys at Toys R Us)

For more information and fun with Julius Jr., feel free to visit www.nickjr.com/julius-jr and follow the series on FacebookTwitter, InstagramPinterestand YouTube.

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!

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