Woodworking can be a fun family event. Not only are there projects that range in difficulty for different skill and age groups, but there are some projects that can be completed by two people, giving you a chance to interact and bond with your children face to face. Without the input of noise and visual stimulation from screen entertainment, you and your children can talk to each other and create something together.
Woodworking is detail-oriented crafts, so it is best to unplug completely, removing distractions like phones and screened devices while participating. It is a good excuse for you and your children to step back and develop a different set of skills.
By utilizing this book, you'll learn why woodworking skills are important for the overall growth of our kids. You will be taught basic techniques and be introduced to the proper tools and materials for these crafts. Additionally, you'll have several beginner projects with step by step instructions to get started on with your children. This is a great place to start you and your children's digital detox and bonding activities!
I've included photographs of realistic beginner projects, and I'll explain the processes and standard operating procedures associated with them.
Below are the topics you would find inside:
In the last chapter, I've also provided a link to free online resources for planning your next projects.