- Step-by-step instructions to make simple toys and games, along with bigger projects
- For beginners and more experienced woodworkers alike
- Can be made without many expensive tools or materials
Thirty fun, child-friendly woodworking projects for all levels of experience.
Home-made toys stimulate children’s imagination, and are often more educational and fulfilling than shop-bought versions. This step-by-step guide shows you how to make simple wooden games and toys with the help of little hands, as well as bigger projects like a garden swing or sandpit.
The book contains thirty fun, child-friendly woodworking projects, for absolute beginners as well as those who want more of a challenge. You don’t need to be an experienced carpenter to tackle any of them, and nor do you need expensive tools or materials.
Try your hand at a brand new project and help your child discover the joy of saying ‘I made this myself!’
Anette Grunditz is a project manager in Göteborg, Sweden. For her book Woodworking with Children she collaborated with her partner Ulf Erixon, an art teacher and illustrator. This book is the culmination of many years of doing practical projects with children, including their own.