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MZ_Kids-Badge.gifInspired by the project of the same name in the Geek Dad book, Paul and his family decided to make the ultimate Slip ‘n Slide. They encountered a few snags along the way, but were satisfied with the results:

Overall, it was a nice DIY project that turned out to be a very impressive slide. For about the same price as you pay for those commercial Slip ‘n Slides, we made our own that will last a lot longer, is a lot longer and wider, and is sure to be a hit with the other kids in our family (and probably the parents too!).

Best Slip ‘n Slide Ever from @WiredGeekDad

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Make: Kids: An interview with GeekDad’s Ken Denmead