In the pre-COVID world, home improvement stores like The Home Depot and Lowe’s held free in-person do-it-yourself (DIY) workshops for children. These workshops took place the first Saturday of every month. At these events children would learn how to create and build items like bird houses, chairs, and picture frames.
Like many other companies, The Home Depot and Lowe’s have had to cancel their in-person events/gatherings.
Instead of holding their in-person events, The Home Depot and Lowe’s are giving out DIY kits for free so children and families can do these types of projects at home. Each kit has instructions and materials but some may require additional tools like a hammer or paint. All of the projects require adult supervision!
After some online digging, it appears that these stores are not really advertising this. But, if you go to the customer service counter and ask for the kit, they should give you one. Attached is an article that may answer a few more questions: https://www.dontwasteyourmoney.com/get-a-free-kids…/
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