Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes serve as easy-to-work-with, malleable tools that make building simple. Because of the ease of working with PVC piping, children can help create their own tents. PVC pipes make an affordable, durable tent. Add a sheet or tarp to your tent piping to create an inexpensive tent cover. Tents give children a fun, private place to play. For extra flair, use sheets with a fun pattern or cartoon design.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Sheet or plastic tarp
- 9 PVC pipes, 36 inches long
- 4 PVC pipes, 34 inches long
- 4 PVC pipes, 24 inches long
- 6 three-way PVC connectors
- 4 four-way PVC connectors
Use four three-way connectors to connect two 36-inch pipes to two 34-inch pipes. Form a 36-inch by 34-inch rectangle with the middle hole of each three-way connector facing up. Set this rectangle on the floor.
Insert the poles of the tent by placing a 36-inch pipe in each of the open connectors that face upwards.
Construct a second 36- by 34-inch rectangle. Attach two 34-inch pipes and two 36-inch pipes using four way connectors. Connect this rectangle to the top of the tent pipes to create the square frame.
Use a three-way connector to connect two 24-inch pipes. Leave the middle hole open. Repeat this step with the remaining two 24-inch pipes into the remaining three-way connector. Connect these two pieces by inserting a 36-inch pipe into the open holes in the pipes. Attach this piece to the top of the tent using the open holes of the four-way connectors on the rectangular top of the tent frame.
Cover the tent with a tarp or sheet.
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