Kids can learn about Nintendo Labo by attending a free interactive workshop

Last year when Nintendo announced the new Nintendo Labo line, people freaked out. In true Nintendo fashion, the products were innovative, interesting, and in high demand. Nintendo Labo products let kids build elements that can then be used to play or interact with video games on the Nintendo Switch.

If you've been curious about Nintendo Labo, but you haven't pulled the trigger on a purchase yet, you'll be stoked to hear about the new Nintendo Labo workshops. Starting next month, in select cities, Nintendo will be hosting workshops to give kids a safe and fun place to play with Labo products. Each workshop is free to attend, too, which is awesome.

The one-hour workshops will offer interactive activities using the Nintendo Labo Variety Kit. There will be on-site assistants to help attendees learn more about the products, and the workshops are perfect for kids ages 9 to 12.

Workshops will be held in Phoenix, Orange County, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Denver, Knoxville, Minneapolis, Charlotte, Savannah, and Seattle. You can learn more and register for a workshop here.

Louryn Strampe

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