A DIY attitude is pretty useful thing to pass on to your kids. But what do you do when your kid’s interested in learning some of those skills and you’re just not that handy?
My daughter is 13 and wants to learn how to build and fix things. She has always liked building stuff, ever since she was little. Now, she’s interested in learning to work with her hands more. The trouble is my wife and I just aren’t really DIYers when it comes to stuff like that. I could probably teach her to build a computer, but not much else. I looked at classes for things like woodworking and electronics, but they’re usually for older kids and adults. So what would be a good way for her to learn some things?
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