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  • Pat Reeve

    Great sandbox idea (just place the lid on in between play times).

  • Brittney Houston

    sand table... never thought about using a plastic bin... just put the top on when done! We have a sand box and water table but this would be neat too and could be used for lots more than just sand or water!

  • Claudia Cartwright Granger

    sand table or sensory table... never thought about using a plastic bin... just put the top on when done! Perfect for a small backyard.

  • Shanna Wilkins

    sand table... never thought about using a plastic bin... just put the top on when done! Kid stuff

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