How to Be a Way Cool Grandfather
This is not a seniors' guide to the latest bands on MTV or the hottest sites on the Internet. This book shows you how to engage children with fun, inexpensive projects that can teach valuable lessons. Each project is clearly described and illustrated, and most can be done with a pocket knife and common household items. This delightful compendium of things all grandfathers should know how to make or do is an essential reference for every old fogey who would rather be 'really cool'!
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10-15 Materials Needed 6-15 Materials Ages arrow blade blowing end blowing-end plug bullroarer button carve clothespin Construction cool Cootie Catcher coping saw corners crease device dots dowel dren drill bit drill motor drywall screws edge Figure Four Trap flat fold fork grandfather hand Helicopter Propeller hold hole hook inch index finger kids kite string leather length Lessons for Consideration loop Masonite matchstick notched piece Paddle Wheel Boat Paper Match Trick pea shooter piece of wood pliers pocket pocketknife pull Rattlesnake Eggs recycling Rubber Band Gun Rubber gun sabre saw Safety Concerns Safety Considerations sandpaper scissors shown in photo side simple sling slip slit smooth snapped sound spin square stilts Straw Tooter strip sure to teach teach your grandchildren thread spool thrift Tin Can Telephone toys trickery trigger twig Verne Steen washer wind wire wood screws youngsters