Is your child obsessed with building blocks? Do they love to draw? The DIY Kids' Workshops at Lowe's are a great place where children ages 4-11 can explore those skills and gain confidence. Free, monthly workshops are held at every store nationwide. Here's a sample of what they have to offer.

Safety first. Each workshop is supervised to promote safety. Holes are pre-drilled and gear like aprons and glasses are provided. Hammering is done under careful watch. Your child will learn how to put pieces together without fear of injury.

A love note holder in time for Valentine's Day. The first workshop kicks off Saturday, February 8, 2020. All the Valentine's Day cards from your child's classmates will be on display in this festive ornament.

Lowe's Pros showed Great Day Washington how to build this love note holder.
Lowe's Pros showed Great Day Washington how to build this love note holder.
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A tabletop basketball game to kick off March Madness. Calling all sports fans! If your child loves to shoot hoops or watch the game with you, the March 14th workshop is the place to be. Kids will learn how to put together their own basketball hoop for their playroom. They build, they score!

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A merit badge for a job well done. Upon completion of the workshop, each child will receive a badge they can show off to their friends. These workshops are a great way for your child to learn outside the classroom. The pieces they create will help them realize their talents and build confidence.

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