We all want our kids to be confident and have tons of self-esteem. The absolute best way to instill these traits in your kids is by letting them create projects with their OWN two HANDS. There's something magical about building things from wood that makes a kid's eyes light up with excitement. You'll notice it the first time your kids finish a project. Their sense of accomplishment will swell and immediately they'll want to show all their friends and family their new MASTERPIECE.
Woodworking projects build physical skills like dexterity, balance, agility, and muscle strength. Projects typically demand cognitive and social skills like planning and perseverance, cooperation among workers, and a willingness to abide by specific safety rules. Math and creative skills like measurement, art and design, and invention all come into play.
Additional benefits include developing
fine motor skills
independence and self esteem
matching and classification abilities
sorting and comparing skills
recognition of textures and properties
cooperation and social harmony
respect for tools and materials
increased awareness and understanding of the natural world
- Elementary Schools
- Birthday Parties
- Enrichment Pods
- and any other fun events
I can attest to how much FUN my daughter is having in Sylvia’s woodworking classes!!! So many skills and so good for them in so many ways!! She loves it & is so proud and I love seeing what she makes each week!
Written by a 5 year old!
I am so glad to have you be a part of Cori's school. I think you can tell how much she enjoys woodworking with you.
Thank you for all you do!