Make all children feel welcome at the Elevated Sand Table. Set up high, this table allows children in wheelchairs or those that are unable to get into a sandbox to play. Kids will learn to socialize and share as they play together. The round shape allows children to get in close on all edges of the table while minimizing the amount of sand needed. Oftentimes the corners of sandboxes are left unused. This way, every bit of sand is moved around and played with. Powder coat painted metal allows for a finish that lasts.
Elevating the table does more than encourage inclusion. With a traditional sandbox, children sit in the sand directly. This leaves them full of sand and mess. With the Elevated Sand Table, their clothes and themselves are largely kept out of the sand. Kids really just need to wash their hands after playing rather than needing a full bath. Finally, on that note, it is more hygienic. Sandboxes often are the victims of animals using them as bathrooms or after raining and dead leaves, a place of decay. The elevation with an additional cover reduces if not stops that process. As with all sandboxes, regular maintenance and use of a cover in addition to changing the sand every year is necessary.
For a sand box with some shade, be sure to take a look at our Sun Shelter Sandbox.