I think I may have been living under a rock, but I had no idea that Lowe’s and Home Depot put on workshops for children for free.
Maybe I didn’t know this because I don’t really frequent any of these stores. I’m a renter, I don’t make home/renovation/decorative choices for the places that I rent. I try to leave the place as I found it- less work to do upon move out.
Lowe’s calls ‘em kids clinics. You can visit the website, Build & Grow, to see a schedule of upcoming clinics, what will be built and to register. You will need access to a printer so that you can print out the waiver. They usually do them on Saturdays and Sundays. There is a cap on how many children can attend, so you may want to register early.
Pea has been to two so far this summer and both she and I are in love.
They get to build (and keep) something fun. Who doesn’t love that?
Home Depot calls them Kids Workshops. They happen the first Saturday of each month. So, the next clinic is August 3rd. They are building a Home Depot load ‘n go truck… we probably won’t be going to that one. Visit the workshops website and click the “kids workshops” tab to register.
Register your child for something free? Where they can work on reading/following directions, working together with others (you) and they walk away with a free item, apron, patch or pin and the sense of pride that they built something on their own?
So worth it.
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