Not too long ago I made an activity table for my kids and I just recently made matching chairs to go along with it. The table and chairs both have storage for just about anything you want to store in them. Take a look…
The first thing I did was breakdown the plywood according to the plans (get the plans here). I broke everything down on the table saw into more manageable pieces and then down to the final pieces. If you find the table saw is uncomfortable for you, this can be done with a circular saw and straight edge. You just want to make sure all your cuts are straight. From a single sheet of plywood (4’x8′) you can make four chairs or you can make two chairs AND the companion Kids Activity Table that matches these chairs. Here is the website article for the table.

This is a project that can be done by anyone and this is even a project that the whole family can help with. The entire project was assembled with screws, more specifically pocket holes, and glue. I am very pleased with the outcome of the chair (and table) and the kids love it. They have a place for all of their arts and craft supplies, electronic tablets, a place to do homework and it even serves as an overflow where the kids can eat if we have guests over.

Tools used in this project:

​Table Saw: http://amzn.to/2kKxX9N

Bandsaw: http://amzn.to/2lfWZuC

Digital Angle Finder: http://amzn.to/2kKGJo6

Drill/Impact: http://amzn.to/2kKHSfJ

90 degree screwdriver: http://amzn.to/2kB1umK

Sander: http://amzn.to/2kKGz0f

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