Nintendo’s Labo kits have been designed to an interesting way for players to take advantage of the Switch. It can also be viewed as an educational tool/toy where based on the user’s imagination, they can come up with all kinds of inventions. To help foster that creativity, Nintendo has since announced plans for a series of Labo Workshops.

According to Nintendo, “To give some of Nintendo’s younger fans a safe, family-friendly space to experiment with Nintendo Labo, Nintendo is hosting a series of workshops all across the country that encourage kids to let their DIY talents run wild. Starting in September, the hour long workshops offer interactive activities using the Nintendo Labo: Variety Kit, as well as on-site ‘lab assistants,’ experts in white lab coats and fun colored shirts who will help attendees learn the ins and outs of Nintendo Labo.”

Nintendo’s plans don’t really come as a surprise, especially when you consider how there are many companies out there who are launching various programs and initiatives designed to help kids get into programming. Nintendo claims that these workshops will be free of charge and are designed for kids aged 9-12. For parents who are interested in taking their kids to these courses, head on over here to check out the various cities that the workshops will be held at.

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