With remote schooling, many parents are self organizing group learning activities for children. One local group will be meeting at a cabinet makers shop weekly to build useful items for other people. Are there any projects that would work well? Parts could be prepped in advance and the parents could handle any challenging tasks at the events. Learning something from the process and having a beneficial finished product that can benefit others are the primary objectives.
I was thinking cases for the memory loss music player or PVC mounts could be options. One of the planned projects is making beds for children in need. If anyone has ideas, I would welcome your input.
I am checking on the details. I assume typical woodworking tools and equipment but I don’t know if its a small one person shop or a larger production setup. Components could be prepped at other locations. In the community we have access to almost any type of tools and equipment including CNC and laser cutters to 3D printers.
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