Free Kids Building Projects

Take Your Child To Complete a Free Kids Building Project

Free kids building projects are a great way that kids can learn something new, learn important building and safety skills, and have a great time doing it all.

Below you'll find two places where you can take your child to participate in free kids building projects. These are great activities to do with your child on the weekend and really instill a love of learning for building and working with their hands.

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Free Kids Building Projects at Lowe's

Kids Building Projects
Screen shot by Stacy Fisher

At Lowe's Build and Grow Clinics, there are free kids building projects twice a month.

The kids building projects in the past have included wooden toys, treasure boxes, race cars, trains, kaleidoscopes, and picture frames.

During these kids building projects, children learn important safety skills while having fun. As an added bonus they get a free apron and goggles while working on their free project kit supervised by Lowe's employees.

Free Kids Building Projects at Home Depot

Kids Building Projects
Photo © Home Depot Kids Workshop

The kids building projects at Home Depot take place on the first Saturday of every month at Home Depots across the country.

In the past the kids building projects have included mail organizers, planters, toolboxes, picture frames, and birdhouses.

The kids building projects at Home Depot are completely free and include a project kit, orange apron, and achievement pin.