This is by far the easiest and most cost effective way (for adults) to make a sensory table.
WHat to purchase and What to Cut;
Head to the hardware store and buy;
1 Sterilite 28-quart storage box (23-1/2" x 17" x 6")
2 3/4” x 10 foot PVC pipe
8 3/4” PVC side outlet elbow/3-way connector
2 3/4” PVC tee
2 3/4” PVC elbow
1 Hack Saw
1 Tape Measure
Cutting pipe with a hacksaw is easier than you might think. I was able to complete this project in about an hour.
Using your hack saw, cut your PVC into pieces according to this guide. Make sure to use a sharpie when marking your lengths.
Cut 2 – at 21”
Cut 5 – at 14-1/4”
Cut 4 – at 10”
Cut 2 – at 3-1/2”
Cut 4 – at 18-1/4”
Write the length inside of the pipe to make assembly even easier.
Assembly is easier than cutting;
PORTABLE and easy to store;
We love this sensory table because it is portable. When the children are done playing with the sensory table, it can be disassembled and stored in the container. This makes it easy to transport and store.
Time to play;