How to Build a Playground Slide?

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You can build a playground slide by first building a ladder. You need to make sure the ladder is very secure. You then can add the slide onto the ladder making sure they are both very secure.
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How to Build a Playground Slide
A slide is one of the most common features on a children’s playground. It is basically a smooth slope with ladder on one end, soft landing surface on the other and slightly folded sides to keep the child from falling over. Slides may be simple and... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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