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Make a wooden stationery holder

Spend an afternoon making and personalising your own desktop stationery!

  • 2 hours
  • Ubi Link

Workshop Description

Woodworking workshop for children. Build your very own wooden stationery holder! Recommended age: 8 and above, children 4-7 are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult. All our workshops begin with a safety briefing. (Even for returning students) Workshop duration: 2 hours What to expect: Our 2-hour workshop introduces children to hand tools, light electric tools and get a feel of working with wood. An experienced facilitator will be conducting the workshop, teaching wood processing and joining methods, how to use the tools and the importance of workshop safety. Each project begins by dry fitting the pieces - putting together a real-world three dimensional puzzle that you can feel in your hands stimulates important areas of the brain that deal with memory and cognitive function. Participants then build their object and finish off with sanding and personalising their piece. What will I learn: - Workshop safety and behaviours - Using light hand tools (child appropriate) - Design and planning - How to make your 2D plan to prototype! - Wood processing methods: sawing, sanding, etc - Simple wood joining methods __________________ Additional details: - A short tea break is provided. - Attire: Please wear closed toe shoes to the venue. - Attire: Comfortable, No loose or flowy clothing. - No use of power tools for the safety of the children. - All personal PPE (personal protective equipment) will be provided *This activity requires a minimum of 4 persons to proceed. You may book for fewer than 4 persons but if there are fewer than 4 persons booked for the date, you may reschedule to another date. - Woodworking is a wonderful way to develop character. The smell and feel of wood, using real tools, working with a natural material, the sounds of hammering and sawing, hands and minds working together to express their imagination and to solve problems, the use of strength and coordination: all go together to captivate young children’s interest.

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