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3-Day Basic Woodworking For Kids

3-Day Basic Woodworking For Kids

(1 customer review)

Is your child a budding craftsman bursting at the seams with enthusiasm when it comes to making things with his/her hands? Are you looking for a new avenue through which you could enable him/her to build upon his/her creative instincts and problem solving intuition?

Our Basic Woodworking for Kids programme might well be the very thing that you have been searching for!

  • Suitable for Ages 8+
  • Designed for Novices with no prior experience
  • Introduction to the wood medium and types in general circulation
  • Identification and proper usage of basic woodworking tools
  • Experiential Learning through the process of conceptualization, resource management, material selection and preparation, cutting to assembly of a simple project with recycled materials provided using an array of machine and hand tool options under guidance.


Duration: 9 hours over 3 sessions on selected Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays during school holidays.

Price: $280

Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Please indicate the name of your child(ren) upon registering for this workshop. With Gratitude!

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1 review for 3-Day Basic Woodworking For Kids

  1. Swee

    This was an excellent way for kids for tacit learning and imagination. On the 1st lesson, each kid got a personal tool box with hammer, special carpenter’s rulers, saw etc. The kids learnt to design and make a box that looks a raw and ordinary rectangular box but it requires consistent and careful handling. The 2nd day is free form – airplanes, boats, bookend, doll House, train set were the different end products by the kids in the class. Full supervision and guidance from the staff as the kids saw, drill, sand, nail wood and use the electrical machinery. On the 3rd day, each kid made a stool, also up to each individual’s creativity. As a parents, I was assured abt the safety of the kids and at the same time, sophistication. I saw a boy of perhaps upper primary school age who was so fine and detailed about his creation. The class allowed him to take the time to patiently and slowly get that woodcraft to its seamless perfection. For others not so fine and detailed, they felt good that they could turn wood blocks into functional pieces to be used at home.

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