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Looking for free, fun activities to do with your kids? There are plenty of options to keep your little ones entertained without breaking the bank. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures or indoor crafts, there’s something for everyone.
Being a parent myself, I understand the joy and excitement our children feel when they engage in new activities. There are several opportunities to foster kids developing interests and talents, from sports to art lessons. However, one major obstacle that frequently gets in the way is the expensive cost that comes with these activities.
But what if I told you there is a way to unlock the world of learning and exploration for your kids without breaking the bank?
One of the greatest place for young minds to develop, discover, and unleash their creativity is now available for you to enjoy at these Free Workshops available at all Home Depot stores. These workshops cover a variety of topics, from building birdhouses and planters to painting and decorating projects. And the best part is that they are completely free! It’s a great way to encourage your kids to try new things and develop their interests without having to spend a lot of money.

Our Workshop Experience at Home Depot

This weekend, my daughter and I had the pleasure of participating in one of the workshops offered by Home Depot. We were both excited to learn that all Home Depot stores (Canada & USA) offer free activities for kids ages of 5-12 on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Adding to the excitement, the highlight of this experience was that each child could bring home a newly constructed project, along with an achievement pin, and certificate to celebrate their accomplishment.

Our first workshop experience was the flower planter, and let me tell you, my daughter absolutely loved it! It was amazing to see her enthusiasm as she crafted something with her own hands and how happy she was to show it off at home. What made it even better was how easy it was to follow the instructions provided in the kit. Even though the workshop is scheduled for 2 hours, she was able to complete her flower planter in less than 20 minutes. The workshop was simple enough to complete with minimal assistance, but also challenging enough to keep her engaged and interested.

Home depot workshop
Certificate is written In French, because we did the workshop in Quebec

Types of projects

Each month, Home Depot offers a different activity for kids to participate in. Some other activities I’ve seen and would definitely register include microscope, rescue floatplane, and horseshoe game. The activities are always hands-on and interactive, which makes them really fun for kids.
Since their website only displays upcoming workshop for the current month, you can see all of the workshops that Home Depot Canada will be offering in 2023 by checking the image below.
To sign up for the upcoming workshop in Canada, simply click on this link (Will be online to register on Monday after the last workshop)
Please be aware that workshops may differ by country, so it is best to check with your local store for the most up-to-date information.
Overall, we did enjoy the Home Depot workshop, and we’re looking forward to attending more in the future. If your kids have never tried these activities before, they would probably love Home Depot’s free workshops. I highly recommend this to any parent who is looking for a fun and educational activity to do with their kids. It’s also an excellent way to spend a Saturday morning with your kids while also encouraging a love for DIY and construction.


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