Tag Archives: kids

Published!

At the risk of redundancy, I just want to point out that, should you happen to see this issue of WOOD Magazine (March 2014) in the checkout lane at Lowes, I think you should buy a copy.  Because I got … Continue reading

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What Are Some Good, Kid-Friendly Woodworking Projects?

I got an e-mail the other day from a guy who, like me, regularly has kids in his shop, and he asked for some ideas for simple projects that kids could help build.  He mentioned making some wooden swords with … Continue reading

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Woodworking with Children: Lots of Pictures

It’s high time I share a few more pictures of my children working (and playing) in my shop space.  The following pictures are from the previous year and a half. All four kids at the bench checking out various tools.  … Continue reading

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Addendum: Training the Next Generation of Woodworkers

As a follow-up to my last post, I would like to offer a few more observations about passing on the knowledge of your craft to the next generation. 1. If your children are grown, all is not lost. There may … Continue reading

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