Join the Minnesota Tool Library (MTL) to learn the basics of woodworking by building a simple robot . This class will offer students the chance to create a 12" tall robot from dimensional lumber, fasteners, and other add-on materials. Kids will gain basic experience with tool safety concepts, measuring, tool use and project assembly. With guidance, students will use a hand saw, a drill press, a pad sander and hand wrenches. Parents/guardians are not required to attend, but are welcome. Students will leave with a robot to keep!
Classes are taught with age-appropriate curriculum and projects. Staff & volunteers at the MTL provide a safe and informative class experience that allows kids to work with their hands, learn about tool use and craft take-home projects...all while having fun!
Date & Time
Dec 22, 2021 - Mar 7, 2022
North East Tool Library; Thorpe Building
1620 Central Ave NE Suite #126, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55413