Creative Building Class Descriptions

Creative Building (many themes)

Young children are given basic challenges and are encouraged to build
creatively. This class purposely uses as little instruction as possible at the
beginning of the class in order to encourage children to problem solve on their
own. The instructor carefully watches students as they come up with their
solutions and will provide as much or as little instruction as needed for the
child to have an enjoyable experience and feel that their solution was reached
on their own.

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Bricktionary

A fun game of LEGO charades. Students are broken into groups with each group asked to build a different object. Using our customized rule set groups try and guess what the others are building with points given to both the building team and the guessing team.

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LEGO Public Speaking

In this class the focus is on children becoming comfortable speaking in front of
their peers in a “public” setting. The building portion of this class is free
form with some help from instructors if needed to add inspiration. Children are
then asked to develop a story about their creation or to tell about what the
creation does.

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Thinking Outside the Box

Children are presented with an approximately $20 age appropriate LEGO kit* at the
beginning of the class. Students are then challenged to build models using only
the parts from the kit. We may ask them to build an airplane from a car kit or
a spaceship from a building. For this age group helpful instruction is given as
needed as well as instruction for building with some strength for a more
durable model.

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