Fuel the younger generation’s love for woodworking and tinkering with Annie’s Young Woodworkers Club. This monthly subscription for kids age 7-12 sends woodworking crafts that introduces real-world building skills that they can carry into adulthood. Check out amazing deals offered on their Black Friday sale!
Our kits help kids build fun projects, skills, and confidence in their abilities. They’ll get the chance to develop woodworking skills using real tools! Kids will love building their own toys and gadgets from start to finish, creating something special they can proudly show their friends and family. No special knowledge or skills are needed to jump in, either. Each kit handy, easy-to-assemble, pre-cut and pre-drilled wood pieces.
Annie’s Young Woodworkers Club is $19.98 per month + shipping and will include a woodworking project, tutorial videos and instructions.
Here’s what you’ll get:
Each woodworking kit is designed to make it easy for kids to follow along and learn. The instructions are easy and inviting—perfectly suited for the 7-12 age range. Your young builder’s first three kits will include 5 kid-sized, high-quality tools they’ll use again and again including a tape measure, screwdriver, jeweler’s screwdriver, carpenter’s square and hammer. Expect a new woodworking project to be delivered every four weeks, with a new and exciting skill to master on their carpentry journey. From airplanes to turbo racers, each projects imparts a new, real world skill that will serve them for years to come.
Here are the benefits:
- Materials Included Your child’s first three kits will include various high-quality tools sized just for kids so they can build their own tool set.
- Kid-Friendly Instructions Clear, step-by-step instructions with photos are easy for kids to follow all on their own with little to no supervision.
- Ready to Build Each kit includes precut wood pieces with pre-drilled nail holes to ensure each project comes out error-free.
Here’s a peek at some of the projects:
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