Woodworking is a fun way for kids to become inventors, think innovatively, develop math skills and understand mechanical and spatial relationships. This class is held in a woodshop where kids learn to safely use real hand tools and pine wood. Students get a chance to experiment with materials and choose a project to build.
Through the building process, they learn how to work with wood and various tools including sandpaper, crosscut saws, coping saws, files, and hammers. Safety is always a top priority and stressed with every lesson. Closed toed shoes are required.
Class Length: 1 hour Location: 55 Church Street Min/Max: 12/20 Ages: 5-12 Instructor: Jenny Sorblom