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Mini Courses

Creative Building using LEGO® Bricks

Thursdays Oct. 23 to Nov. 20, 2014

Choose one of two sessions
12:30pm - 2:30pm or 3:30pm-5:30pm

For Ages 5 to 9


In this five week mini-course, participants are given basic challenges and are encouraged to build creatively in a hands on environment during each session. The instructor uses a variety of methods to guide students through the problem solving process ensuring the students learn and have fun at the same time.

Racers: Have fun racing custom cars down a ramp while learning basic principles of gravity, friction, and motion.
Boats: Learn about Buoyancy and displacement and how to float your custom boat!
Homes of the Future: Students work in teams to design and build houses both that are both creative and efficient.
Spinners: Build spinning tops and learn about balance.
Thinking outside the box: Students are challenged to build a particular object with a given set of parts.

Each session is limited to 20 participants
The cost for this Mini-Course is $110 per child ($100 for SEE members).  

This Mini-Course was created by and will be run by Brickapalooza owner and founder Eric Kingsley, an adult LEGO® fan, who also helped plan and build SEE's LEGO® Millyard Project.

Print a form here or call SEE at 669-0400 to register.


Mini-Courses and workshops are classes with one or more sessions which allow students an opportunity to learn about one particular topic in more depth. Mini-courses and workshops always include hands-on activities. Mini-Courses are especially popular with home-school students. Please sign up for email newsletters on our home page to get advance notice of future programs.

mini-course participants


Past topics include:
Introduction to Physics
Introduction to Chemistry
Forensic Science
Slimy Science
LEGO® Gravity Racers
LEGO® Zip Line
LEGO® Simple and motorized machines
LEGO® Bridges
LEGO® Stop Motion Animation
LEGO® Towers
LEGO® Bricktionary
LEGO® Simple Machines to Remote Control