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David had some great ideas. I agree that for an 8 year old, the juinor tools will cause more frusteration then good. Using good quality adult tools with proper supervison and explaination should work well.
It is also really helpful to build projects that the kid wants to build. A project that a kid is excited about will come out a lot better. also, make sure that the project you start actually gets finished. If it is going to take 3 shop sessions, pick a week or weekend that gives you the time to do it. If the schedule is packed, try a simpler project that will fit.
Good Luck
MrsN
 
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