Open Space

LEGO® Education Afterschool Programs provide activites that supplement the traditional learning experience. They offer an open space where children can have fun while building skills that are not necessarily catered for in the classroom.

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  • Age2
  • Age3
  • Age4
  • Age5
  • Age6
  • Age7
  • Age8
  • Age9
  • Age2
  • Age3
  • Age4
  • Age5
  • Age6
  • Age7
  • Age8

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LEGO® Soft Bricks

LEGO® Soft bricks are an award winning set that includes standard and curved LEGO® Soft elements. The elements will make it the children easy to develop their physical skills and spatial awareness as they build life-sized figures, walls, towers and obstacle courses. It will encourage their exploration of space, shape and color while it also develops the gross motor skills. Children can creatively set their scene and retell stories by using these unique bricks during class. (Age 2-4)

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LEGO® DUPLO® Bricks

This size of bricks is ideal for the younger children to express their ideas. With a big variation of colored standard and curved bricks, it is ideal for developing design and construction skills, skills in communicating ideas and imagination. In combination with special elements like, windows, tubes, animals, car chassis, LEGO® DUPLO® figures and even DUPLO® gears and axles children can explore and create their own designs. (Age 2-5)
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LEGO® System Bricks

The System bricks are the main line of the whole LEGO line, with lots of bricks in all shapes, sizes and colors. Through special elements and decorated bricks children can develop their creativity and self-expression. The children will learn about communities, different transportation and different sceneries. (Age 5 and above)
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LEGO® Technic Bricks

LEGO® Technic Bricks are primarily based on creating model machines and mechanical toys with specialized beams and connectors. Children can create real life models, and learn about the working behind. Through experimenting and testing they develop knowledge about the working of simple models. At a more advanced level children start to design their own robots, and learn how to program to experience a complete different way of LEGO. (Age 6 and above)