With the crazy weather recently it’s tough to keep the kids busy so try these In-Store Activities for Kids.
Finding fun things to do everyday can be daunting but there are some in-store activities for kids to makes planning a little easier.
In-Store Activities for Kids
Michaels offers Camp Creativity Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Something different each week!
They also have Kids Clubs on the weekends.
Lots of great fun In-Store Activities for Kids to be had.
Home Depot Kids Workshop happens the first Saturday of every month.
In the past the workshops have been on how to build a race car, mail organizer, picture frame, and planter.
Each month Lego Stores have free In-Store Activities for Kids for kids where the kids get to come in and build a mini model.
Toys R Us Canada
Toys R Us hosts a few free activities for kids every month at the stores.
These free In-Store Activities for Kids range from craft projects, parades and Lego camps.
Similar to Home Depot, Lowe’s has Saturday In-Store Activities for Kids.
These activities will teach kids to build wooden projects, complete with free supplies like an apron and goggles.
All summer kids can bowl for free, up to 2 games a day.
Check out Kids Bowl Free for more information.
I know we’ll be going a few times this summer.
Pottery Barn has weekly story times which includes reading, activities and more.
Kids become a book club member and will receive a special surprise after a number of visits.
I know the library isn’t technically a store, but this is a great resource for fun this summer.
They often have summer reading programs and story/activity times each week.