Easy Project If You Have Kids Or Grandchildren Who Would Like To Play Card Games But Are Having Trouble Holding A Mitt Full Of Cards Here S Your Answer Make A Few Extras While You Re At It As I M Sure There Are Other Kids In Your Life Who Would Like To Receive One As A Gift
Easy project if you have kids or grandchildren who would like to play card games but are having trouble holding a mitt full of cards here s your answer make a few extras while you re at it as i m sure there are other kids in your life who would like to receive one as a gift is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by leroy with ID 13340732443 was uploaded on 27-01-2019 and has been viewed 182,093 times.
Make a Set of Kids' Playing Card Holders Photos by Rob Brown INFO: DIFFICULTY - 1/5, LENGTH/TIME - 1/5, COST - 1/5Encouraging kids to play cards not only strengthens the bond between family and friends, it helps with math and other cognitive skills.
It's also a lot of fun for both kids and adults.When I started playing cards with my kids, the main stumbling block was that their hands weren't coordinated and large enough to deal with all the cards they were dealt, so I made them these simple holders.
DimensionsThe holders I made are 12" long and they work well.Usually some of the cards have to overlap each other, but that's no problem.In terms of width, the 1-1/2" holders I made are stable, without being cumbersome.
I wouldn't make the holders any thinner than 3/4", as a certain amount of mass is required to help keep the holder from tipping over while kids handle it.My holders are about 15/16" thick, and are made from white ash.
A Little Wider - With his rabbet plane held on an angle, Brown widens the mouth of the groove, allowing kids to more easily insert cards.This could also be done with a file...