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Kids can design a free craft this summer at JCPenney Kids Zone

Kids can design a free craft this summer at JCPenney Kids Zone
Posted at 1:20 PM, Jun 19, 2023
and last updated 2023-06-23 10:15:32-04

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The second Saturday of every month is reserved for crafty fun — at least, it is at JCPenney!

Mark your calendars: The next JCPenney Kids Zone crafting event is July 8. Visit the store from 11 a.m.-noon so that your kids can enjoy a free craft activity.

For July’s craft, kids can design their very own summer-themed tote bag. They’ll receive three colored markers so they can color it in however they desire.

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Along with their new tote and markers, kids will receive an ID badge and lanyard. They’ll also get a Collector’s pin each month they attend — once they’ve completed six crafts, they can get a Master Medallion.

The fun isn’t just for kiddos — JCPenney offers a 10% discount to parents on the day of an event.

JCPenney will also have a Kids Zone event on Aug. 12 where kids can color in their very own pencil pouch perfect for back-to-school season.

JCPenney is one of a number of national retailers that offer free activities for children. Lowe’s kids’ workshops are held the second or third Saturday of every month from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. for kids aged 4-11. On July 15, your child can create a Tic-Tac-Toe Grill Game to take home.

Home Depot offers its kids’ workshops on the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon. On July 1, you and the family can come in to build a fireworks-themed bean bag toss game. These activities are geared toward ages 5 and up.

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Michael’s is offering Camp Createology now through July 14 and your child aged 6 or older can take part in weekly in-person, online or on-demand video classes. You’ll need to purchase the accompanying craft kits, however, and those cost $7.99 each.

All these activities do require parents to accompany their children and stay on-site, but they offer a fun, low-key and often free way to occupy your family on a Saturday. Enjoy!

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