Kids’ Woodworking Ages 9-12 3F19
Children learn basic woodworking skills starting with simple projects, using hand tools. Continuing students undertake larger and more complex projects, gaining appreciation for wood as a creative medium. New projects each section. Children will love to come back again and again as their skills and comfort increase. Parents are welcome to stay if they wish.
Read about our kids' woodworking classes in the New York Times.’
Nancy King is an avid woodworker. A long-time student at the Eliot School, she shares her skills here with children. Trained as a lawyer, she retired from working for the Commonwealth, helping low-income children and families. She is currently enrolled in the Art Education program as Massachusetts College of Art & Design.
Susan Vannini has studied woodworking at the Eliot School and North Bennet Street School for over a decade. She turns bowls, stoppers and other objects from wood and sells them through her label, SV Designs. She has taught woodworking to hundreds of children at the Eliot School over the years.
Materials & Tools:
All materials provided in class