She's been living there with her mum, dad and three older brothers since they fled fighting in Syria for Lebanon's Bekaa Valley with just the clothes on their backs. They stay by the bench all day and at night they sleep in a local mosque or an open train carriage in the town centre.
Yasmin's mum Layla* says they had no choice but to leave Syria as fighting intensified in recent months. They fled when their neighbour's home was attacked. They were terrified theirs would be next.
Yasmin and her family are among the more than 1.5 million Syrians who have fled to neighbouring countries - including Lebanon and Jordan - since fighting started two years ago. A further 4.25 million have been forced out of their homes by conflict, and are now displaced within Syria.
In Lebanon, some refugees have been able to find accommodation with friends, and some have built makeshift shelters on rented land. Yasmin's family hasn't been able to find shelter anywhere.
"All I want is shelter for my children," says Layla. "I don't care about anything else."
Like all parents fleeing Syria for nearby countries, all Layla and her husband Ahmed want is somewhere safe for their children to live. But they couldn't even afford an empty garage. Instead, they call the park, train and mosque home, and scrape together their meagre funds to buy bread for Yasmin and her brothers. It's hard to imagine how they will cope when winter arrives and brings the snow.
"My children are always by my side," says Layla. "They ask me, 'when are we going to have a home?'"
Children hold a special place in the heart of God. Throughout the Bible we see God's passion for justice for the poor and oppressed peoples of the world. It is a sad fact that children are paying the price for conflict in the world. Children make up the bulk of those who are oppressed and living in poverty.
World Vision is working in Jordan and Lebanon to provide refugee families like Yasmin's with hygiene kits, blankets, stoves and food vouchers. Child Friendly Spaces are also being created so refugee children have somewhere safe to play and learn.
For more information or to support children like Yasmin please visit Worldvision.com.au/Syria
*Names have been changed to protect the identities of people in this story.