The Home Depot Is Offering Build Your Own Tic-Tac-Toe Kits For Kids To DIY From Home
Are your kids bored? Do they show an interest in building but don't know which end of a hammer is up or down?
When the world was a bit more virus free, The Home Depot would run wonderful workshops for families and children alike, teaching kids valuable skills and exposing them to the joy of building. Now with the pandemic in full tilt, they've had to switch gears and bring the fun right to your home!
The Home Depot has put together amazing beginner-friendly tic-tac-toe kits for you and your kids to build while safely tucked away under your own roof! The kits include easy to follow step-by-step instructions, pre-cut wood pieces, nails, stickers, a Kids Worshops apron, and a certificate of achievement for when you finish the project!
Released in time for Valentine's day, the kits include an image of a fully completed kit painted in a pink and red holiday theme. If your kid sticks their tongue out at hearts and pink and has a grander vision in mind, the kit also provides plenty of freedom to let your imagination soar!
If your child is younger than what you feel is a hammer-ready age, the kit also provides instructions for gluing instead of nails! All you need to have ready is some wood glue, paint and a hammer, and you're all set!
Learning how to build and create when young is an invaluable skill. Not only can it help develop valuable problem solving skills, but it can also help them to feel confident and independent.
The kits are normally just $4.98, but this Saturday (Feb. 5) you can pick one up for free at your local store or online from The Home Depot and start your fun family bonding! If you don't want to risk going to the store in person, you can have it delivered directly to your home, risk free any other day for the regular five bucks. No one should miss out on the chance to watch their kid beam proudly over their handmade creation!