Classes are taught throughout the Austin metro, Round Rock and Georgetown areas. Check with your local community education department or parks and recreation office to see if classes are offered in your area. If these classes are not offered through your local office or school district, request that your local community center or parks and rec offer these classes. A PARENT`S VOICE IS A POWERFUL ONE! Please contact us if you would like to bring these classes to your community.
LEGO Fungineering is appropriate for children ages 5-7. LEGO Robotics is appropriate for children ages 8 and up. LEGO Mindstorm is appropriate for children ages 10 and up.
The children are teamed up in small groups, so that only 2-4 students share a kit. The class size is usually limited to 24 students with 2 camp directors and 2 – 4 counselors, the minimum size is 8.
The four main academic areas that our classes cover are Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The fifth area is FUN. We also work on teamwork, presentations skills and critical thinking.
As you know, LEGO® pieces can be used to build many different things. Throughout our classes, children build several different projects using the same parts and pieces from our kits. Our kits contain from 220 to over 1200 parts and pieces. These kits are very expensive and are not available in any store. If we included a kit to be taken home by the student, our classes would be double to triple the price that we currently charge.
Our classes are typically offered as after school classes, evening classes, holiday and summer camps, and as on-site field trips. These classes are offered in joint partnerships with Community Education, Adult Education, Continuing Education, Parks and Recreation offices, Middle and Elementary Schools and Churches. Check with local community education departments or parks and recreation to see if classes are offered in your area. Please contact us if you would like to bring these classes to your community.
Thanks! I asked Oliver if he liked camp and wanted to go back tomorrow, and he yelled, "ya hoo! I love it!" A resounding YES.