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Shop Project

Learn skills wood-workers use, such as measuring, squaring and cutting a board, sanding, drilling, and driving nails. Routers, joiners, table saws, tape measures, drills, sand paper and glue are some of the tools you will use to build projects of your choice.

Man, boy and girl hammering on woodshop projects.

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Woodshop resources

Beginning to learn

Going further

Looking for a challenge

Metalshop resources

Some basics

Getting started


Project leader resources

Other online resources


4-H Youth record keeping

Project evaluation


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