Toddler bed with slide is best choice for children. Once they get over their initial uncertainty about them, most children quickly learn to love slides. If your child’s bed is raised above the floor, either because it is part of a set of bunk beds or that it is built on top of a work area, it is a simple process to add a slide next to the usual staircase. The slides are not difficult in terms of construction and can be easily connected to the bed frame. The construction of a robust frame for the slide will ensure that it survives a lot of wear. Measure and cut a 45-degree segment from each end of two of the 4s 2 by. The miter saw is designed to help make angled cuts. These cuts will allow the slide to rest flush against both the bed frame and the floor while maintaining a comfortable angle. Both cuts must be made on the same side of the lumber.
Measure 2-foot sections on the remaining pieces of wood and cut them out. There should not be eight sections that will form the crossbars of the slide. Divide the time frame into eight sections that begin at the end of the 45 degree cuts. Apply a small amount of wood glue at the end of one of the transverse beams and align it with one of the marks. The beam should be flush with the bottom edge of the toddler bed with slide frame and flat (2 inches tall and 4 inches wide). Hold the beam in place to secure it.
Make toddler bed with slide, hammer cross beams in the frame length using nails which are at least three inches long. The nails should extend through the outer edge of the frame and into the cross beam. Use two or three nails per nap. Remove the clamp. Repeat this process until all eight of the crossbars are attached to one of the long frames. Place the structure already built so that the time frame is on the floor with the beams extending upwards. Apply the wood glue to the end of each of the transverse beams and lay the other long frame on top. Check to make sure it is even with the first long frame. Nail the time frame for the sleepers the same as before.