When children use tools to create, they learn to plan, reflect and problem solve.
Children can use real tools to accomplish a task they set themselves. This encourages them to learn how to cope with unexpected challenges.
Children learn how things connect and how physical structures fit into their world when building. Their hand-eye coordination and sense of perspective continues to develop.
They develop an understanding of concepts such as shapes, measuring, size, balance, length and force. They can express their creativity in a three-dimensional way, engaging their imagination by allowing them to design and build.
Wood such as pine and other soft timbers in a range of sizes
Small sized adult hammers
Saws – could include panel, tenon and coping saws
Nails – assorted sizes up to 75mm.
Set square and ruler
Build a village …. great way to get to know ppl in a new area. Awesome play, some great education so you learn alongside your child.
“It is a great way for you and your child to socialise and to learn through play and be a part of the community”.