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The kids will have a blast while making a craft!

On Saturday, March 2nd from 9AM – 12PM, Home Depot will be hosting a FREE Kids Workshop where the kiddos can build a Freestanding Clock with easy-to-read numbers, movable hands and a storage tray.

All kids get to keep their craft, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin, while supplies last.

To RSVP, simply head on over to HomeDepot.com, enter your zip code, select the store closest to you and then scroll down to register for the next FREE Home Depot Kids Workshop.

(Thanks, Money Saving Mom!)

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  1. Mary

    I forwarded this class to my friend, she has 2 little girls!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How sweet! Glad you could pass it along!

  2. Pitzersss

    Is there an age limit? Will my 12 yo be too old for this?

    • Amanda

      I took my 12 year old last weekened with no problems!

  3. Mike M

    Would 2 1/2 be too young? I don’t see any minimum age on the event.

    • candace

      Usually they day 5+ but I think 4 would work too.

    • Lo

      My niece is under 2 and enjoys the snacks and painting. My sil helps her hammer also

    • 50ShadesofLipstick

      Not too young at all! Parents will be there to help anyway and toddlers really benefit from using their motor skills painting & assembling. I started taking my kids around 18 months and they’ve always loved it and done very well!

    • Julie

      I saw someone build one for their toddler/infant last weekend, with the older sibling, who might have been 2 1/2 too. They did great!

      My suggestion, have your kid wear clothing you don’t really care about, have them “help” as much with the building as possible, and let that kid go to town painting it!

      I had my kids doing the Lowe’s crafts (NLA) when they were 2 and 5 years old, because it was easier to work with both of them than find someone to watch the 2 year old. I don’t know how old she was when we started the Home Depot ones; I found some painted projects from when the younger one was 4 years old. We write names on the bottom of the crafts and date them; I like seeing how their handwriting has improved over the years, from when they wrote their name over my yellow marker to now’s beginning cursive!

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