At Field Workshop we strive for children to build their reality of life through real experiences. What could be better than exposing our children to what they will be surrounded by as they grow up? We allow our guests to use breakable materials and real tools. We want children to develop skills and habits for living in a real world.
By being allowed to use real materials such as glass, wood and other breakables, and real tools with inherent risks, children naturally develop concentration, patience, respect for materials, self-control and precision.
Accidents will happen, items will break, and fingers will get hurt. That is all part of the learning process and helps prepare children for life in the real world as well as fostering independence and control of their lives.