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Free Kids Events in April

Posted on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Earth Day TreeWould your kids enjoy creating art or building a project on the weekend? There are plenty of free kids events happening in the month of April.

LEGO Stores
LEGO offers a free monthly mini-build event for kids who are between the ages of 6 and 14. It is offered “while supplies last”, so you may want to get there early. The events begin at 5:00 in the evening.

April 7, 2015: Build a Mini Model UFO

Pottery Barn Kids
This month, Pottery Barn for Kids has a couple of Earth Day related activities for kids to enjoy.

April 21, 2015: Plant it for the Planet – Kids can decorate biodegradable flower pots and receive plant seeds in celebration of Earth Day. Kids will learn about pollination and receive a special takeaway to track their flower’s progress. The event starts at 11:00 in the morning. RSVP is required.

April 21, 2015: Earth Day Story Time – Kids will listen to some Earth Day related stories. Children who become book club members will receive a special gift after attending five story times.

Home Depot
Home Depot offers free kids workshops for children ages 5 – 12. Kids will receive a free certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, a commemorative pin, and will get to keep the project they built. Parents must register their child in order to have him or her attend this event.

April 4, 2015: Build a Chalkboard Planter Stand – Kids will build a stand that holds a small flowerpot and that has a chalkboard above it.

Lowe’s Build and Grow
Lowe’s Build and Grow offers kids the chance to build a wooden project. Kids will receive a free apron, goggles, patch and will get to keep the project they build. Parents must register their child if they want him or her to attend this event.

April 11. 2015: See-It-Grow- Kids will build a wooden planter that has a plastic see-through portion which allows them to watch a plant as it sprouts and grows under the dirt.

Lakeshore Learning
Lakeshore Learning offers free craft events for kids ages 3 and up. They take place every Saturday from 11:00 in the morning until 3:00 in the afternoon. No registration is required.

April 4, 2015: Cute as a Bunny Basket – Kids will make a cute basket out of decorated paper plates that look like a bunny’s head.

April 11, 2015: Sunny Days Birdhouse – Kids will make a decorative birdhouse that uses tissue paper. Hang it in a window and let the sun shine through it for full effect.

April 18, 2015: Whirly Twirly Windmill – Kids will make a small windmill that really turns!

April 25, 2015: Butterfly Pencil Holder – Kids will make a decorative butterfly and attach it to a tube that can hold pencils.

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