Tools For Tots! Step2 Home Depot Master Carpenter Workshop Review

Have you ever given your preschooler a toy that took his attention for hours at a time, for days and days on end? Usually kids get sick of toys after a couple hours. We got to test the most amazing attention hog of a toy ever on Aiden, the Step2 Home Depot Master Carpenter Workshop. This puppy packs everything your little dude (or dudette!) needs to have some pretend play building!

Complete with a saw, drill and screwdriver that move, your babe will be acting like a carpenter in no time. Aiden is four years old and I didn’t have to teach him anything, he was a natural! He took the pieces of wood (actually soft foam) and made them go together like a puzzle. You can actually make a few projects with all the pieces :)

He also had fun making the pieces spin in all directions using the drill press, he kept laughing hysterically. I thought it was fabulous!

I think his favorite thing is all the pieces, the srews and clips, and all the wonderful hiding places for everything so he can clean it all when he is done! Okay that is a lie, he doesn’t clean up near as well as I imagine he would but hey, I can dream anyway.


This toy is quite large, compared to his Step2 Masterchef kitchen it is wider for sure. This toy is priced at $189.99 and is available exclusively at Toys R Us.

As a Step2 test drive mom I get to hear about deals on Step2 products early and I am happy to share some sales with you! You can see their Christmas Deals and beginning December 3rd, they will also have daily deals that I will post on my Facebook page!


Disclosure: I was provided a sample for this review as part of the Step2 Test Drive Mom program. All opinions are my own.

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About Candace Reid

Candace Reid is the owner and author of My Serendipity Life. She is the mother of 3 and a recent college graduate having earned her Associates Degree in Business for Hospitality/Food Service Management. Candace is a member of the American Culinary Federation and is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from Southern New Hampshire University. She also loves to blog about family, food, fun and photography. Email Candace


  1. Karen Medlin says:

    This has everything a little Handy man needs. Lots of places to explore, he will not get bored playing with it..
    Thanks for sharing

  2. Whats the difference between Carpentry and Joinery?

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