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Gauge your students’ skills and teach them new ones in this fun, introductory woodworking project using found pallet lumber.  Valuable for assessing what skills students have, do not have, and how hard students work (tearing apart pallets), while providing planters that can be sold as a fundraiser.  Written by Boyd Bowder.
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Agriculture
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Middle School, High School
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12/01/2022

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Owl Nest Manager on Dec 01, 04:33pm

2023 Nebraska Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Learning Standards:
AFNR.HS.26.2.c Demonstrate safety procedures and behavior while working in the agriculture classrooms, labs, and/or work sites.
AFNR.HS.26.2.d Identify personal protective equipment required for various activities conducted in the agricultural mechanics laboratory and industry.
AFNR.HS.26.2.e Safely operate all hand tools, power tools, and equipment in the agricultural mechanics laboratory.
ANFR.HS.26.3.a Identify common woodworking tools used (e.g., hand tools, power tools, layout tools, measuring tools).
AFNR.HS.26.3.b Demonstrate the proper care and use of tools (e.g., hand tools, layout tools, measuring tools).
AFNR.HS.26.4.c Select appropriate screws, nails, bolts, and other fasteners for various uses.
AFNR.HS.26.4.d Compare different types of wood glues and their recommended uses.
AFNR.HS.26.4.e Identify proper woodworking and agricultural construction preserving/finishing materials

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