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I've been building this labyrinth with my grade 6 woodwork kids for the last 4 years with great success. What i needed was a project the kids could ...
I start by asking the kids what a labyrinth is. I usually end up reminding them about the garden maze or talking about the one that we've all ...
I get the kids to start thinking about real sizes by adding the walls with a ruler. They have to stay on the graph paper lines and maintain ...
I demonstrate using the graph paper by having a labyrinth design of my own. I tape it to the MDF than put a piece of carbon paper under ...
In this project i just wanted the kids to learn to make scaled comparison... not actual ruler measuring. It would be really easy however to incorporate this... most ...
I have the younger kids use a scroll saw to cut the pieces of wood. I also teach them to use the handsaws if they are a group ...
The day after you demo the wood cutting do the drill demo. I use a 1/2" forstner bit. Set the depth so that at full extension the point ...
Once the drilling and cutting and sanding is done the kids can start gluing. Make sure they spread just a little on with their finger... too much makes ...
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