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by on March 5, 2010 6:44 am

Visit Freebie Friday list at MomAdvice and find out what’s free this week!  Will you be making a rain gauge at the free Home Depot Kids Workshop on Saturday morning?  Also be sure to save your child’s report card because it might be worth a free movie rental at Blockbuster!  Freebie Friday is a list of the best free samples and upcoming free events. Look at the calendar to see what free events are coming up.     I highlight my favorite new freebies throughout the week, but Freebie Friday is a more complete listing with something for everyone!

I hope you’ll take a chance to browse the MomAdvice blog for great recipes, kids activities, craft ideas, home management ideas, and other wonderful inspiring things.   Browse the over 120 giveaways you can enter at this week’s An Apron Full of Giveaways.  Entering blog giveaways is a great way to win some big freebies, and you’d be surprised that only a small percentage of blog readers actually enter them.

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erin, maker of chimes March 5, 2010 at 7:04 am

I think that I saw that this weekend is make a table top basketball goal at Lowe's. I wish they'd had those classes when I was little 😉

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Heather March 5, 2010 at 7:08 am

Erin – The Lowe's kids workshop is happening next Saturday, March 13.-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom

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Green Lifestyle Consulting March 5, 2010 at 9:18 pm

Thanks for the reminder about the Home Depot kids craft. We’ve taken our children many times and they *love* it! We went when they were 4 (with an older friend) and they could do the project, they just needed help, now that they’re 5 they’re really independent!One tip is to go early, the HD near us has a bad habit of running out of the project by 11:15 or so.

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Dana March 6, 2010 at 6:58 pm

I took my 3 kids to this today and they loved it! We didn't get there until 11 so they had ran out of the original project but they had leftovers from ones before so my kids made wooden airplanes. I think they liked those better anyway. They lady told me that they usually run out within the first hour so you should be there early to make sure you get one.

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Anonymous March 7, 2010 at 3:38 pm

This is a great thing everyone!! It says 5 yrs and up, but I would say it is 2.5 and up 🙂 My husband took our eldest (5 yrs) last month and came back saying that he wanted to take our middle (3 yrs) too…They are very simple crafts and very neat too.Last month was the car holder and yesterday was the rain gauge…Thanks Home Depot!!

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