Woodworking With Kids
"Whether it's building an easel or a wagon, or crafting a jewellery box or a picnic table, all of the 20 terrific projects in this volume come with clear step-by-step instructions, full-colour photographs, detailed measured drawings and material lists. After completing the projects, kids will take pride in what they've accomplished, and parents will relish the time they've devoted to their kids, knowing they've relied on proven techniques and expert advice. This is the only modern kids' woodworking book on the market."
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How to Use This Book
Seven Things You Should Know
Making your Own Fun
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120-grit sandpaper Align angle assembly Attaching back piece backsaw base blade block and 120-grit bottom panel bottom rail brace brackets build 1 hour Clamp cleats combination bit cotter pin counterbore hole countersink hole cove molding crosscut saw cutting line Drill a countersink drill a hole Drilling pilot holes Drive a screw Electric drill end panel end piece Fastening feet finishing nails flush frame piece front piece half-lap hinges hour to paint hours to build inches legs Mark two points marked line marked point masking tape Materials you'll need Measure and mark Medium-density fiberboard miter box nail heads nail set pencil piece of scrap pieces fit pine plywood Position putty knife Reposition saber saw sanding block scrap wood screw holes seat support side panel side piece spade bit straightedge surface tabletop top edge try square twist bit upright utility knife wagon Wood filler wood plugs woodworking worktable