Register now for the next Lowe’s kids workshop!
Take your kids to these Lowe’s activities and workshops for some fun!
Lowe’s offers free workshops and events for kids every single month to help them have some fun and gain a new skill! Check out the upcoming Lowe’s events and plan to take your kids for some screen-free quality time out of the house!
On Saturday, December 16th, from 10AM – 1PM, Lowe’s will host a FREE workshop event where kiddos can build their very own Holiday Delivery Truck! It even doubles as a gift card holder!
Be sure to register here by December 15th to save your spot!
Plus, if your little builder earns 12 badges by attending the workshops, they will receive a FREE tool bag! (Thanks, Arnela!)
Already planning for fun in the new year? On Saturday, January 20th, from 10AM – 1PM, Lowe’s will be hosting another FREE workshop event where kids will build a My First DIY Toolbox – so fun!
These workshops are an entertaining and budget-friendly way to get out of the house on a weekend – and your kiddo will love learning to build their very own toy!
Head over to Lowe’s Events page to scope out all the projects that will be available, so you can start marking your calendar and save the date now!
What are these free Lowe’s Kids Workshops?
These workshops are designed to help your little ones learn DIY! These fun projects from Lowe’s Build and Grow Workshops are made so that both boys and girls (and maybe the adults, too) can enjoy them! The kits are designed for kiddos 4 years old or older, but even younger siblings are able to join in on the fun with a little parental help. They’ll love adding the stickers!
This is the perfect project to keep your little one entertained during boring weekends at home, and they’ll learn valuable skills, as well!
Considering one of these? Our readers had some helpful info to share…
Wow love that my kid can earn their own tool bag!! He is always digging into my husband’s so it’ll be fun for him to earn his own 🙂 – Hip reader, chenga57
These DIY crafts are great. Lowes has stickers on theirs. Good to learn how to read instructions, use a hammer and screwdriver and stick the stickers on. Our kid is 7. – Hip reader, Lpmousse
I have been attending monthly with my nieces and nephews and OMG they really look forward to doing these monthly. This will make month 7 and we are collecting our badges with our aprons and goggles. Kids range from 3-5 and I normally take about 4-5 with me. – Hip reader, Nativegirl08
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