Parents, if you have a child who loves to be hands-on you really need to check out Home Depot's Free Workshops for Kids! Not only are they a great way to pass some time on a Saturday morning, but your child will learn how to use tools and build something awesome. Plus did I mention it's FREE?! The Kid Workshops are the first Saturday every month and really get their creative juices flowing with awesome projects.
The next workshop is Saturday, July 2nd and it will have your little tool-man or tool-lady building an Ice Age Collision Course Bowling Game. And once the game is built, your child can decorate it with stickers of characters from the Ice Age movie.
Not only do all kids get to keep their craft but they will also receive a free certificate of achievement, a Home Depot workshop apron, and a commemorative pin (while supplies last). Their sense of accomplishment afterward is so adorable.
Simply enter your zip code to find your local store and register your child online for this free class. Your child has to be present at your local store to participate and receive the craft and the other free goodies.
If you're a Lowe's shopper they also have a similar program called Build And Grow. The June project is an Iron Man Build and you can register online for that, too! Check out their site to get more information on classes available near you!