Best Children’s Woodworking Books

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1. A Little SPOT of Life Skills 8 Book Box Set (Books 17-24: Courage, Perseverance, Teamwork, Talent, Thankful, Optimism, Creativity, & Giving)

Author: by Diane Alber
English
1951287347
978-1951287344

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This box set includes 8 LIFE SKILL Books: A Little SPOT of Courage A Little SPOT of Perseverance A Little SPOT of Teamwork A Little SPOT of Talent A Little Thankful SPOT A Little SPOT of Giving A Little SPOT of Optimism A Little SPOT of Creativity


2. Easy Wood Carving for Children: Fun Whittling Projects for Adventurous Kids

Author: by Frank Egholm
Floris Books
English
128 pages

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Looking for an outdoor hobby to engage your children and encourage them to be crafty and creative? Wood carving is not only easy to learn and fun to do, but almost everything you need to get started can be found for free – right outside your door!

Together you can craft a tumbling tower game, a racing car toy, a dolphin necklace or even a handy coat hook! With more than fifty activities at levels for beginners and up, children can create something useful, beautiful or fun (often all three!Out of wood.

Learning wood carving not only helps to improve Children’s concentration, creativity and dexterity, it’s also invaluable in teaching them how to handle knives safely. Adventurous children will be thrilled to learn woodland skills, while nature-loving parents will enjoy rediscovering the lost art of whittling with their kids.


3. Wood Shop: Handy Skills and Creative Building Projects for Kids

Author: by Margaret Larson
Storey Publishing, LLC
English
216 pages

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Come on, kids: grab a hammer, step up to the workbench, and get ready to measure, saw, drill, and make cool things! Wood Shop is an exciting introduction for today’s kids to an age-old tradition: building with wood. With step-by-step photographs and clear instructions, aspiring woodworkers learn essential skills such as how to drive a nail, use a power drill, measure twice, cut once, and saw correctly.

Then the fun begins, with 17 cool and creative projects kids can build to furnish the wood shop, decorate their bedrooms and homes, and create their own play equipment. Favorite projects include Tic-Tac-Toe-To Go!, One-Board Birdhouse, a Tool Tote, and a hanging Twinkle Light.

Wood Shop is the perfect gift for tinkerers, young makers, fans of LEGO toys, and aspiring carpenters and engineers.


4. Audubon Birding Adventures for Kids: Activities and Ideas for Watching, Feeding, and Housing Our Feathered Friends

Author: by Elissa Ruth Wolfson

Cool Springs Press
English
96 pages

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2021 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books in Hands-On Science Longlist * 2021 NSTA-CBC Outstanding Science Trade Book Produced in association with the National Audubon Society, Audubon Birding Adventures for Kids introduces you and your children to the love of all things birding.

Whether exploring the forest, the backyard, or the city, you and your kids will learn about the habits of North America’s most popular songbirds, how to create safe and welcoming environments for them, how to observe them, and how to construct easy and safe species-appropriate birdhouses and feeders for common birds.

The bird ID section includes descriptions of species and range maps. Kids will also find 20 exciting activities and games (10 indoor, 10 outdoor), including how to form birding groups, scavenger hunts, and a birdsong listening game. In addition to practical, field-tested knowledge and fascinating information about the species covered, this guide is packed with beautiful color photography.


5. Problem Solving Ninja: A STEM Book for Kids About Becoming a Problem Solver (Ninja Life Hacks)

Author: by Mary Nhin
English
35 pages
1637311753

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How do we help our children become creative problem solvers? Problem Solving Ninja learns how to find solutions using a newly found tool. Find out what happens in this STEM book about developing skills to problem solve.Life is hard!

And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new Children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults.

The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books and visit the author’s profile for fun freebies!


6. Bird Log Kids (Nature Journals)

Author: by DeAnna Brandt
English
80 pages
1885061552

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Educators have long known about the positive effects that come from journaling. This log book by DeAnna Brandt is designed to help build the self-esteem of kids through creating something of their owntheir own artwork, written observationstheir own keepsake! Inside are:30 Log pages that gently guide kids to record their important observations, both written and drawn!

A bird fact, game, project or way to help birds is included on each one! An illustration of a Bird Body with all the parts labeled for easy identification and 2 pages of Common Words that the young birder needs to know.

A Life List is included to record up to 32 different birds that you’ve seen! 13 Photo/Art pages to paste a photo or do more artwork. A Log Tips page for special hints on using this log and birding basics. Bring this log on your next outing!

Play some games or do a project! Write down the bird you see, draw a picture of it! Does it have a nest?How many are there? Look closely to discover more! Have fun, enjoy the birds!


7. Easy Carpentry Projects for Children (Dover Children’s Activity Books)

Author: by Jerome E. Leavitt
Dover Publications
English
96 pages

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“All projects have been pretested for school use and are suitable for youngsters.” Bulletin of National Association of Secondary School Principals. What better way to learn than by doing? This thoughtfully conceived woodworking primer by educator Jerome E. Leavitt makes learning basic carpentry skills enjoyable and rewarding for boys and girls ages 8 and up.

With special sections on basic hand tools, squaring a block of wood, and wood finishing, this unique how-to book presents step-by-step instructions for making 15 popular wooden items all scaled to the beginner’s capabilities: Sailboat, Clock Shelf, Bird Feeder, Candlesticks, Hot Dish Coaster, Towel Holder, Steamboat, Cart, Toy Sled , Birdhouse for a Wren, Book Rack, Shoeshine Kit, Table Lamp, Flower Box, and Tie Rack.

Carefully planned to appeal to young woodworkers, each project includes clear, simple directions, enhanced by clean, accurate diagrams and attractive line drawings. New carpenters will beam with pride and accomplishment at having constructed useful, tangible objects to keep or to give as presents to parents or friends.


8. Little Birds Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Stained Glass Coloring Book)

Author: by John Green
English
8 pages
0486263118

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Here’s a delightful little book with triple appeal: it’s a coloring book, it’s an introduction to familiar birds, and it enables youngsters to create their very own works of stained glass art. Printed on translucent paper and boldly outlined in black are eight different species: red-breasted nuthatch, blue jay, northern cardinal, barn swallow, house sparrow, black-capped chickadee, robin, and downy woodpecker.

Images can be colored with paints, crayons, or felt-tip pens, then hung in the light to produce a glowing stained glass effect.


9. The All-New Woodworking for Kids

Author: by Kevin McGuire

Lark Crafts
English
144 pages

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The All-New Woodworking for Kids takes an already popular book and gives it more: more projects children will love and more information in an expanded introductory section on tools, materials, techniques, and safety. Plus, this invaluable guideone of the rare woodworking volumes created especially for kidshas been completely redesigned with thoroughly contemporary photographs.

Of the nearly 40 projects included, 15 are brand-new and 25 have been redesigned. So now it’s even easier and more fun for kids to handmake a bench for their own workshop, create a DVD storage cube that spins, build a doggie diner, or craft adjustable stilts, a box with a secret drawer, and many other long-lasting items.

10. Motivated Ninja: A Social, Emotional Learning Book for Kids About Motivation (Ninja Life Hacks)

Author: by Mary Nhin
English
35 pages
163731194X

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How do we motivate our children? Motivated Ninja has trouble finishing activities including a ninja rockets activity, but then discovers the three Ps. Motivated Ninja learns that the best kind of motivation comes from within ourselves or intrinsic motivation. This book combines SEL social emotional learning with STEAM!

Read the book and then blast your own homemade rockets. (Printables)Find out what happens in this Ninja Life Hacks story about developing motivation..Life is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out.

The new Children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11.

Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books and visit the Mary Nhin’s profile for fun freebies!

11. Sunflower Houses: Inspiration From the Garden–A Book for Children and Their Grown-Ups

Author: by Sharon Lovejoy
English
144 pages
0761123865

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A magical book of adventures and appreciations written and illustrated by the author of Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots this award-winning title was published by a small press in Colorado in 1991. The reviews say it all: A fetching primer on gardening for children….

Irresistible (The Smithsonian). What child, or indeed adult, would not be delighted? Lovejoy’s recollections are wonderful, as are the illustrations (Victoria). Celebrating the lore of the garden and the joy of interacting with nature, Sunflower Houses is a unique garden lover’s miscellany, a collection of memories, poems, activities, garden plans, crafts, botanical riddles, stories, games, and planting projects.

There are inspirations for a Floral Clock Garden, A Child’s Own Rainbow, Faerie Tea Parties, and, of course, the Sunflower House. Plus, from garden lovers, stories of favorite flowers. Throughout are the artist’s warm and appealing watercolors of a life in gardening remembered.

12. Woodshop 101 For Kids: 21 Woodworking Lessons: Teach the Basics of Woodworking. 14 Woodworking Projects For Parents and Kids To Build Together

Author: by Craig Stevens
English
194 pages
1494237946

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Do you know a child who wants to learn how to build things with wood, but you don’t know the first thing about woodworking? No problem!”Woodshop 101 for Kids” is written as a woodworking curriculum for your kids, it’s not just another book that has woodworking projects for kids.

Each lesson is laid out step by step so it’s easy to understand. Here’s what you get: * Fun projects that kids will want to build. Projects are designed to build confidence. Every project has a “Things You Need” box so you’ll know to have on hand.

A cutlist is provided that tells exactly what size to cut each piece of wood. All the head scratching has been done for you. All you and your kids have to do is follow along, it’s that simple! In “Woodshop 101 for Kids” Your Kids Will Learn…

21 woodworking lessons that teach the basics of woodworking. A simple way to read a tape measure. How to swing a hammer correctly so nails aren’t bent and fingers don’t get smashed! How to saw a straight line (most adults can’t do this)!

13. Yo Yo Tricks: 101 New Tricks for your Yo-yo

Author: by Jpv Publishing
English
140 pages
1985145987

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Measure, hammer, and screw to make something new! For kids 8+ who love to create, STANLEY Jr. Woodworking is Awesome gets them off the screen and into the wood shop with a dozen fun projects. Jump right in with an introduction to building with wood!

A complete basics section on tools and skills teaches kids the ground rules. (They’ll also learn when parents will need to lend a helping hand in the wood shop. The rest of the book is all about the projects, including easy builds and more challenging ideas.

Chapters and projects include:Fun and hobby-related projects like a birdhouse, toss across game, and catapult! Handy projects like a tool carrier and workbench. Gifts, including a picture frame and jewelry box. With clearly written steps and helpful photographs the aim is for kids to lead.

STEAM/STEMlearning opportunities are part of the fun as well! Supplemental facts and explorations accompany the projects throughout the book. Kids are encouraged to develop a maker mentality, fostering creative problem-solving and open-ended exploration. Build and explore in the wood shop!

15. The Stick Book: Loads of things you can make or do with a stick (Going Wild)

Author: by Fiona Danks
0711232415
Frances Lincoln
English

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‘A beautiful and inspiring book, bursting with practical suggestions which will appeal to every child’s imagination. Reading it, I wanted to rush out to my nearest wood immediately!’Julia Donaldson, author of The Gruffalo Who doesn’t love a stick? The universal toy for children and adults alike, sticks can provide endless opportunities for outdoor adventures, creative play, woodcraft and conservation.

Packed with 70 ideas and projects, The Stick Book will give you loads of inspiration for using the wonderful, free and all-natural toy: the stick. As The National Museum of Play (New York) pointed out when they put the stick in their National Toy Hall of Fame, ‘It can be a Wild West horse, a medieval knight’s sword, a boat on a stream, or a slingshot with a rubber band ‘ A stick can be anything you want it to be.

This book will give you loads of inventive ideas for spending quality time outdoors with your children from the adventurous to the magical, getting creative to playing games, making music to building bug hotels. Try your hands at:Making a DIY tent or denCreating a woodland monster or magic carpetWild weaving or making your own natural wind chimesPlaying capture the flag or a woodland mapping gameMaking a bird feeder or bug hotelWith 70 ideas and projects, there will be something for every little adventurer, dreamer or budding ecologist in The Stick Book.

16. Creative Ninja: A STEAM Book for Kids About Developing Creativity (Ninja Life Hacks)

Author: by Mary Nhin
English
33 pages
1637311885

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Do you want to help your child become more creative? Creative Ninja shares how we can develop our creativity by using the 3 Cs. Find out what happens in this STEAM book about increasing your creativity capacity.Life is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out.

The new Children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11.

Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books and visit the author’s profile for fun freebies!