Lowe's has brought back their popular free kid's projects with DIY kits available every 2nd weekend of each month! The suggested child's age ranges for the Lowe's DIY Kits are between 4-11. All supplies and instructions are included, making it a fun children's task to complete.
You can register online now for a free DIY kid's kits to be picked up in-person during the weekend of October 9 and 10.
Your child will love building and playing with this real working Periscope!
Reserved kits can be picked up in-store at our customer service desk on Saturday, October 9th or Sunday, October 10th. If your kit is not picked up by 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 10th, it may be given to a non-registered customer.
These look so cool – and they actually work! 8 year old Goob would have loved this toy and 38 year old Goob would totally pick it up late at night after all the kids had fallen asleep.
To register for this freebie, click the blue “Find an Event Near You” button under “DIY Kids' Workshops” and locate your nearby Lowe's with your zip code. From there you'll be able to reserve your free diy kids workshop kits!
Be sure not to forget during the pickup dates or your child's kit will be given away to somebody else. On the flip side, if registration has already filled up at your local Lowe's, it's always worth stopping by your local store after the select dates. I managed to score one of these kits that way last spring for my nephew!
Free Lowe's Kids Workshop History
For over a decade, the free Lowe's Build & Grow workshop clinics were a staple monthly freebie. Just like the free Home Depot Kids Workshop, you could take your children to Lowe's on certain weekends and come away with a cool, custom built freebie. They were in-store workshops though, where attendees could make awesome projects right in Lowe's with the provided tools, safety gear, and work space. Then 30 minutes later the kids would always get to take home the cool toy craft they just made along with a collectible commemorative pin. They even gave coupons and discounts to workshop participants!
They shut the program down in 2017, so it was really nice to see registration for these kits return in 2021. I really hope you and your family have been enjoying these freebies too!