Learning About Woodworking
Teens have been learning about woodworking with one of our dedicated volunteers, Mr. Bryan. He teaches students to plan projects, predict supply needs, and determine how much time their project might take. They also learn to select the appropriate tool and use it responsibly. In addition to teaching woodworking skills, Mr. Bryan models patience and focus. He teaches that good projects take time and cannot be rushed. Projects have included fixing a foosball table, building cornhole games, creating wooden coffee trays to sell, and building and installing wooden shelves. This is one of many avenues Crosswalk provides for teens to have fun while learning new skills. We are excited to see what they will make next!