Last week we had a big blizzard around here, it kept us all in our houses on Wednesday and Thursday, so it was basically like having a weekend in the middle of the week.Then we went to work Friday and had a weekend again! So having been stuck in the house for two days we got a lot done, then the weekend rolled around and my husband needed a project. I showed him two picture of what I was thinking I wanted for my sensory bucket. I've always wanted a stand for the bucket, if it sits on the table the kids pull it around and fight over its use and it just creates a larger mess than it would if it had its own table.
I've posted about my sensory bucket before. My bucket may look familiar to you because it is a restaurant grade "bus boy" bucket! I got this from a friend after he closed his bar. You can buy them on amazon though; so don't worry they are easy to find!
This is Shaun's own design, he measured my bucket and with just a few screws, a saw and 2 by 4's he was able to make me this table. If you don't have a saw, Lowes or any home improvement store will cut it for you.
He spent less than $15 on the wood and screws. He added the shelf on the bottom to connect the legs and make it more sturdy.
Current Doctoral Student.Masters in Early Childhood Studies and Bachelors in Child Development. 15 years in the ECE profession.