Dig a Kids' Sandpit

If you've got bored kids underfoot, put 'em to work digging a kids' sandpit. When it's done they'll have no end of fun with excavation projects.



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Diagram shows depth of sand pit and methods of creating proper drainage. 
SCOTT MACNEILL
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A kids' sandpit needn't be large if only two kids use it. Four to five feet in diameter should be enough.
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