FREE Home Depot Kids Workshop on May 6th | Register Now to Make Flower Planter!
Did you know that Home Depot Kids Workshops are FREE?!
Home Depot Kids Workshops are great for FREE weekend entertainment! ⭐️
The Home Depot Kids Workshops are offered the first Saturday of every month with fun crafts and activities for your kiddos!
Ready to get out of the house and let the kiddos have some fun? On May 6th, from 9AM to 12PM local time, kids can participate in the FREE Home Depot Kids Workshop event, where they will assemble their own Flower Planter! SO fun! This build is perfect for summer and it also comes with Basil seeds to plant!
To get in on this fun event, you will want to register online as soon as possible, as spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Just scroll down to the “In-Store Kids Workshops” and click “Sign-Up” to register at your local store. Signing up early is always a good idea as these kits don’t tend to last very long.
Plus, mark June 3rd on your calendar for the next workshop! Your kids can make a Putting Green! This build is perfect for summer and it also comes with a putter and golf ball!
We just did one of these and here are a few observations & tips from our experience at our local store. Things might be different at your store. It was gun and we will definitely be doing it again.
– Everything is provided, including the necessary tools – screwdrivers, hammers, glasses, etc… Some of them are small for kids and some are bigger for adults to use. My kids went crazy with the hammers, so watch out!
– Even though they offer paint and brushes for kiddos also, there were no napkins or paper towels for cleaning hands, clothes, etc… Bring some of your own wipes, napkins or whatever, just in case!
– There is no set start or stop time. You just show up between 9 AM and noon, go to the designated area/table and open a kit to begin working. I don’t know how they manage attendance, but there weren’t many kids when we got there, but lots by the time we left. We were never asked our name or checked in on a list either, so you could probably just show up?
– The HD staff don’t actually teach or show everyone what to do, unless you ask. This is not a guided class or something. The instructions are pretty good for DIY, but don’t expect someone to walk you through the entire thing step by step.
– The tables got pretty crowded and cluttered with all the tools, parts and other stuff, so we eventually just went to an open area on the ground nearby. It was much easier and quieter to hammer nails on the ground vs. a plastic table also. – Hip2Save reader Joe