How to Make a Hammering Game for Kids
If you have a young assistant around the house who's interested in helping out with projects, you may wish to give them a little practice time with basic, blunt hand tools.
Hammering sharp nails into a block of wood with a heavy hammer is a dangerous prospect for a child. With careful supervision and the right materials, however, your child can hammer nails, too.
A block of rigid foam insulation is a great surface for nail hammering practice. It's soft enough that nails can easily go into it, and it won't allow fingers to get pinched.
Bracket framing nails make excellent practice nails. They're short and stout, with wide heads, so they're easy for kids to hammer.
You may want to make a little starter hole in the block. In no time at all, and with your supervision, your young assistant will have perfect, and safe, hammering technique!
Have your project done by a local, qualified professional.
CLICK HERE FOR A FREE QUOTE
Not everyone is in a position to do a project themselves. That's why I've partnered with HomeAdvisor Powered by Angi to provide you with free quotes from qualified local professionals.
This tutorial will teach you to make a saw guide that you can use with your circular saw without clamping.
This positioning clamp holds components together at 90-degree angles, freeing your hands to complete the work.
This guide will show you how to make your own clamp jig that is ideal for miter joints.