Let your young one pick up some handy skills when you sign him up for the Junior Handyman workshop, organised by the People’s Association and Home-Fix.
Children will learn about important safety techniques before embarking on projects, and be introduced to common hand tools, such as a hammer, screwdriver, and pliers and cutters.
They will also be taught how to use a cordless drill as they try their hands at a range of simple repair work, such as replacing a shower hose with Teflon tape, and, identifying bolts and common screw heads.
Use this opportunity to bond with Junior, and make a personalised door signage together.
The workshop will take place on June 1, at Boon Lay community centre. It costs $70 per parent-child pair for Passion card members, and $80 for non-members; suitable for kids aged nine to 12 years old. Register by May 25.
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