SUMMER CLASSES – 2018

 

On-Line Registration Starts Thursday, April 26, 2018

NEW FOR 2018: To make registration easier and provide better tracking for attendees as well an authorized list for pickup/drop-off, we have switched to Sawyer to manage the entire camp / class signup process. Click the registration button to see a complete list of classes in date order, or scroll down for the same info as we as downloadable PDF files for each class. You will need to create an account and enter your student(s) name(s) so we can track attendance and class sizes. Full details are contained within each class description when you select “More Info” – that’s where you register as well.  A calendar view is available here.

Also this year, many of our classes are now offered in 1/2-Day sessions giving the attendees (and the parents / sitters) a full four hours of fun (and freedom).  Students will be required to bring Snack and Lunch and Water Bottle for the 1/2-Day sessions. See class descriptions below or the Registration widget for full details.

Please note: In order to offer the best availability to our all customers and ensure proper attendance and planning, class registrations are not refundable once they are paid for – nor can they can changed or moved. We will not be able to effectively plan and provide proper availability without having set schedules and attendance commitments. In addition, some classes require a minimum attendance threshold to make it most effective.  In the unusual event a class does not meet that requirement, Bricknowlogy will offer a full refund and notice at least 48 hours before the class start date.  Thank you for your understanding and for supporting Bricknowlogy!

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Build Your Mind: Ages 5 - 9 . . . . . . $34

RECOMMENDED AGES: 5 – 9

EXPERIENCE:  [X] Able to build LEGO® kits without assistance  [X] Desire to “free build” without instructions

PRE-REQUISITE: Interest in building tips, tricks, and new ideas

DURATION: 90 minutes

CLASS MAX: 12

INCLUDES: Mini LEGO Creator or City set ($7 value)

SYNOPSIS: This instructor-led class introduces and encourages students to “Free Build” – make their own models and creations without the use of instructions. First by example and then through inspiration, each student is taught how to create objects, art, or just about anything they can think of – from a colorful pallet of basic bricks and plates. If your younger builders say that they don’t have enough pieces or they can’t think of anything to build – or they can’t build anything on their own… this class is for you (well, actually them)! SNOT (Studs Not On Top) construction is introduced.

OBJECTIVE: Teach young builders how to come up with ideas and then Introduce free-flow model making and art creation using an assortment of common elements that can be combined in unlimited ways to make anything your mind can imagine. Through demonstration, encouragement, and gentle assistance, our expert builders will teach young minds to explore their imagination and use common LEGO elements to create unique and personal models and help them to build their mind.

APPROACH: With hundreds of common elements that allow students to easily practice at home, students are taught to free-flow ideas and turn them into 3-dimenensional creations with the help and guidance of a master builder.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS:
1. Science: Spatial Relations: identify, rotate, and assemble objects in “space”
2. Technology: basic relationships and ratios of the LEGO building system
3. Engineering: fine motor skills, basic instructional / visual interpretation
4. Art: creative design, visual interpretation and creation of various real-word and imaginary objects using traditional LEGO elements
5. Math: basic numbers and counting (studs), ratios, grouping

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Free-Flow Idea Exercises, Brick / Plate / Tile combinations, Introduction to Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction and 3-Dimensional Construction, Object Rotation

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Build Your Mind - Advanced: Ages 6 - 10 . . . . . . $39

RECOMMENDED AGES: 6 – 12

EXPERIENCE:  [X] Able to build LEGO® kits without assistance  [X] Desire to “free build” without instructions

PRE-REQUISITE: Interest in building tips, tricks, and new ideas

DURATION: 90 minutes

CLASS MAX: 12

INCLUDES: Mini LEGO Creator or City set

SYNOPSIS: This instructor-led class promotes and advances the skills for students to “Free Build” – make their own models and creations without the use of instructions. Students are inspired and taught to build unique and individual designs with our vast selection of elements, including many hard-to-find parts such as hinges, socket joints, turntables, wheels/axles, windscreens. Each student is given guidance in selecting a theme, and then design hints, tips, tricks and advice to enhance their building skills and utilize pieces in new ways. SNOT (Studs Not On Top) construction is strongly promoted, as are the use of advanced parts and innovative design principles

OBJECTIVE: Introduce free-flow model making and sculpture design techniques by teaching students how to turn 2-dimensional ideas into 3-dimensional objects. From houses, cars, trees, and aircraft / spaceships to animals and abstracts shapes, students are encouraged to stretch their imagination and then build it.

APPROACH: Through the use of advanced elements and in combination with LEGO Technic elements, students are taught to free-flow ideas and turn them into 3-Dimensional creations with the help and guidance of a master builder.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT: : STEAM SKILLS:
1. Science: Spatial Relations: identify, rotate, and assemble objects in “space”
2. Technology: basic relationships and ratios of the LEGO building system
3. Engineering: fine motor skills, basic instructional / visual interpretation
4. Art: creative design, visual interpretation and creation of various real-word and imaginary objects using advanced LEGO elements
5. Math: basic numbers and counting (studs), ratios, grouping

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction, Technic integration, hinges and turntables, brackets, fine detailing with smaller elements, modular construction, multi-tiered structures

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Construction Basics: Ages 5 - 7 . . . . . . $28

RECOMMENDED AGES: 5 – 7

EXPERIENCE:  [X] Beginner, little or no building experience   [X] Looking for tips / tricks to better building w/ instructions

PRE-REQUISITE: Interest in Construction Toys / Bricks

DURATION: 90 minutes

CLASS MAX: 12

INCLUDES: LEGO Creator set, $10 – $15 value

SYNOPSIS: Students build and take home a LEGO® Creator® set while learning construction basics and the fundamental design principles for creating primary objects in the world around them. Students are shown tips and tricks in building more accurately and efficiently through an experienced LEGO builder and instructor.

OBJECTIVE: Through the selection of specific sets, students are taught a combination of techniques for both structural integrity and design characteristics – a blend of “function” and “form”. Students are introduced to the proper nomenclature of specific elements including brackets, turntables, hinges, axles, pins, beams, and more. Students are also taught how specific elements may be used and/or rotated in various ways to create alternative uses and functions for advanced building techniques.

APPROACH: Build specifically chosen LEGO Creator sets – and alternate models, as time permits – to demonstrate and guide students on the use of various common elements to effectively construct foundational structures and vehicles.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT: STEAM SKILLS:
1. Science: 3D visualization and special relations
2. Technology: basic relationships and ratios of the LEGO building system
3. Engineering: fine motor skills, basic instructional / visual interpretation
4. Art: creative design, visual interpretation
5. Math: basic numbers and counting (studs), ratios, grouping

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Brick / Plate / Tile combinations, Wheels and Axles, Windows and Doors, Introduction to Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction and 3-Dimensional Construction, Object Rotation

SUMMER CLASSES:
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LEGO Builder's Camp: Ages 7 - 12 . . . . . . $235

RECOMMENDED AGES: 7 – 12

EXPERIENCE:  [X] Able to build LEGO® kits without assistance   [X] Desire to “free build” without instructions

PRE-REQUISITE: Basic LEGO construction skills

DURATION: 5 Days, 4 hours each day (20 hours total)

CLASS MAX: 12

INCLUDES: LEGO Creator or City set EACH DAY (Total of 5 sets$50 value!!)

SYNOPSIS: This instructor-led class promotes and advances the skills for students to build their own creations while solving different challenges and mini projects to achieve a desired outcome. Using our vast selection of elements, including many hard-to-find parts such as hinges, socket joints, turntables, wheels/axles, windscreens and more, students are given various tasks such as designing and building a bridge to support weight or building a tower to withstand wind shear. Each student is given guidance, design hints, and tips as needed, along with techniques and tricks to solve the assigned task while enhancing their building skills and utilizing pieces in new ways. SNOT (Studs Not On Top) construction is strongly promoted, as are the use of advanced parts and innovative design principles.
There’s also plenty of lighter activities including “Free Build”, inspirational videos, free set builds, and minifigure play!

OBJECTIVE: Introduce progressively challenging construction tasks along with instructional videos and hands-on tips to inspire students to use LEGO elements in developing unique solutions to solve a specific problem. Students are encouraged to explore various options and stretch their imagination to design and construct the best solution.

APPROACH: Through the use of advanced elements and in combination with LEGO Technic elements, students are taught to imagine, design, and construct various models with the help and guidance of a master builder.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT: STEAM SKILLS:
1. Science: 3D visualization / Spatial Relations: visualize, rotate, assemble objects in “space”
2. Technology: advanced construction principles and properties of external forces
3. Engineering: mechanics, fine motor skills, basic instructional / visual interpretation
4. Art: creative design, visual interpretation and creation of various real-word objects using
advanced LEGO elements

5. Math: logic, sequencing, basic ratios, grouping

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction, Technic elemental integration, hinges and
turntables, brackets, multi-tiered and modular structures

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Make-And-Take: Ages 8+ . . . . . . $8

RECOMMENDED AGES: 7+

PRE-REQUISITE:         [X] Able to Build without Instructions   [X] Desire to “Free-Build”

EXPERIENCE:              Basic LEGO construction skills

DURATION:                 60 minutes

CLASS MAX:             12

INCLUDES: Option to purchase creations / parts at $9.84 per ¼ pound

SYNOPSIS: With access to 10’s of Thousands of LEGO® elements from our classroom, students are able to make their own creations (MOCs) with the assistance and guidance from the Bricknowlogy Master Builder Instructors, with the option to purchase and take home what they create. Purchasing the creation is an optional and additional charge, at $9.84 per 1/4 pound.

OBJECTIVE: Teach young builders brainstorm ideas and then introduce free-flow model making and art creation using an assortment of common elements that can be combined in unlimited ways to make anything your mind can imagine. Through demonstration, encouragement, and gentle assistance, our expert builders will teach young minds to explore their imagination and use common LEGO elements to create unique and personal models that they can take home with them!

APPROACH: With the guidance of the Bricknowlogy Master Builder Instructors – along with access to thousands of NEW and CLEAN traditional and specialized LEGO® elements – students build their own custom creations and if they desire, purchase them based on weight. Creations are priced at $9.84 per ¼ pound, the same price as an average LEGO® set!

STEM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT: STEAM SKILLS:

  1. Science: robotics and human interactions
  2. Technology: object-oriented programming, parameters, attributes,
  3. Engineering: complex machine construction, gearing, spatial relations, fine motor skills
  4. Art: creative design, individual expression, visual interpretation
  5. Math: logic, sequencing, arithmetic, inputs/outputs

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Free-Flow Idea Exercises, Brick / Plate / Tile combinations, Introduction to Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction and 3-Dimensional Construction, Object Rotation

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Mindstorms Level 1: Ages 8+ . . . . . . $225

RECOMMENDED AGES: 8+

PRE-REQUISITE:  [X] Able to build complex kits without assistance   [X] Desire to learn programming

EXPERIENCE: Basic computer skills (keyboard / mouse)

DURATION: 5 Days, 4 hours each day (20 hours total)

STUDENT BRINGS: Snack, Lunch, Water Bottle, and Imagination!

CLASS MAX: 10

INCLUDES: Bricknowlogy T-shirt; Custom printed LEGO set of blocks with student’s name

SYNOPSIS: This is it! The EV3 is the latest programmable robotics system from LEGO®. Each student is individually provided (i.e. no “sharing” or “buddy system”) a 17” Dell Laptop, a LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 robotics kit, plenty of additional motors, sensors, and cables, and their own building table for the ultimate learning experience. Students are taught the fundamentals of computer programming using real-time hardware / software for instant recognition and retention. Upon completion, students are actively familiar with all the core components of the EV3 system and able to write their own programs.

OBJECTIVE: Acquire and retain fundamental programming skills – including object oriented programming, the basis for all modern applications – while constructing a complex robot and gaining a strong working knowledge of the LabView® / Mindstorms® programming interface.

APPROACH: Using visual aids, examples, and the provided laptop computer and EV3 robotics kit / programming interface, students learn programming fundamentals and engineering principles through the direct interaction and manipulation of the Mindstorms Robotics Invention system including unique parts, technologies (motors, sensors, communication devices) and the popular LabView UI. Students hone their fine motor skills while constructing complex working machines including gears, axles, worm drives, and much more.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT: STEAM SKILLS:
1. Science: robotics and human interactions
2. Technology: object-oriented programming, parameters, attributes,
3. Engineering: complex machine construction, gearing, spatial relations, fine motor skills
4. Art: creative design, individual expression, visual interpretation
5. Math: logic, sequencing, arithmetic, inputs/outputs

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: LEGO Mindstorms sensors and motors capabilities and attributes, LEGO Mindstorms programming, Mindstorms / Technic integration, advanced Technic design and construction, basic and advanced machines, Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction.

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Mindstorms Level 2: Ages 8+ . . . . . . $225

RECOMMENDED AGES: 8+

PRE-REQUISITE:  [X] Mindstorms EV3 – Level 1 (or equivalent)   [X] Able to build complex kits without assistance

EXPERIENCE: Basic computer skills (keyboard / mouse)

DURATION: 5 Days, 4 hours each day (20 hours total)

STUDENT BRINGS: Snack, Lunch, Water Bottle, and Imagination!

CLASS MAX: 10

INCLUDES: Bricknowlogy T-shirt; Custom printed LEGO set of blocks with student’s name

SYNOPSIS: Focused on more complex engineering and advanced programming, this class allows students to stretch the limits of the EV3 and create fascinating machines to accomplish increasingly challenging tasks. Each student is individually provided (i.e. no “sharing” or “buddy system”) a 17” Dell Laptop, a LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 robotics kit, plenty of additional motors, sensors, and cables, and their own building table for the ultimate learning experience. Students are taught the fundamentals of computer programming using real-time hardware / software for instant recognition and retention. Upon completion, students are actively familiar with all the core components of the EV3 system plus advanced features of each and ready for competition!

OBJECTIVE: Prepare students for competition (if desired) and further explore the world of robotics through the expanded use of the Mindstorms® EV3, including additional sensors and motors to create their own solutions to solve complex challenges and perform difficult tasks.

APPROACH: Without the use of step-by-step instructions, students learn to truly innovate and stretch their imagination and the limits of the EV3 through carefully selected exercises and challenges. Students are given a series of tasks with increasing difficulty that build on previous learnings to grow their knowledge and experience with engineering and programming. Students will design, build, program, test, and implement their own creations. Mindstorms Masters work directly with students in designing, assembling, and programming custom creations to achieve their personal goals while completing carefully mapped challenges that educate and entertain at the same time!

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT:
1. Science: robotics and human interactions
2. Technology: object-oriented programming, parameters, attributes,
3. Engineering: complex machine construction, gearing, spatial relations, fine motor skills
4. Art: creative design, individual expression, visual interpretation
5. Math: logic, sequencing, arithmetic, inputs/outputs

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Advanced use of LEGO Mindstorms sensors and motors capabilities and attributes, LEGO Mindstorms programming, Mindstorms / Technic integration, advanced programming features of the LabView interface, advanced Technic design and construction.

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Mindstorms Level 3: Ages 8+ . . . . . . $249

RECOMMENDED AGES: 8+

PRE-REQUISITE:  [X] Mindstorms EV3 – Level 2 (or equivalent)  [X] Able to build complex kits without assistance

EXPERIENCE: Basic computer skills (keyboard / mouse)

DURATION: 5 Days, 4 hours each day (20 hours total)

STUDENT BRINGS: Snack, Lunch, Water Bottle, and Imagination!

CLASS MAX: 10

INCLUDES: Bricknowlogy T-shirt; Custom printed LEGO set of blocks with student’s name

SYNOPSIS: While engaging in the fun and challenging task of designing, building and programming a robot for “battle” students take a dep dive in creativity and engineering while preparing them for serious competition. As with all of our Mindstorms classes, each student is individually provided (i.e. no “sharing” or “buddy system”) a 17” Dell Laptop, a LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 robotics kit, plenty of additional motors, sensors, and cables, and their own building table for the ultimate learning experience. Students are taught advanced design strategies, core construction techniques for solid chassis / bases, and tips and tricks for better / faster programs.

OBJECTIVE: Prepare students for competition and have fun doing so! Students learn faster and more efficient ways of building better machines and robots that are better equipped for specific tasks and challenges.

APPROACH: Under a respectful but competitive umbrella, students build a series of machines and robots designed to perform specific tasks, preparing them for the final battle at the end of the class. This is a super fun way to motivate advanced Mindstorms students and get them excited and prepared for potential competitive environments – or just learn a lot of STEAM skills in the process!! Students will design, build, program, test, and implement their own creations. Mindstorms Masters work directly with students in designing, assembling, and programming custom creations to achieve their personal goals while completing carefully mapped challenges that educate and entertain at the same time!

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT:
1. Science: robotics and human interactions
2. Technology: object-oriented programming, parameters, attributes,
3. Engineering: complex machine construction, gearing, spatial relations, fine motor skills
4. Art: creative design, individual expression, visual interpretation
5. Math: logic, sequencing, arithmetic, inputs/outputs

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Advanced use of LEGO Mindstorms sensors and motors capabilities and attributes, LEGO Mindstorms programming, Mindstorms / Technic integration, advanced programming features of the LabView interface, advanced Technic design and construction.

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Space Academy: Ages 7 - 12 . . . . . . $135

RECOMMENDED AGES: 7 – 12

PRE-REQUISITE:  [X] Able to build LEGO® kits without assistance   [X] Desire to “free build” without instructions

EXPERIENCE: Interest in Space, Technology, Science

DURATION: 5 sessions, 1½ hours each session

CLASS MAX: 12

INCLUDES: Bricknowlogy T-shirt; Custom printed LEGO set of blocks with student’s name

SYNOPSIS: Blast off for LEGO-Space and learn about the unique properties of outer space and colonization while building probes, drones a spaceship, and a base on the Mars. Through a combination of short educational videos, graphics, and tutorials, students have a “blast” learning about space while constructing their own rockets and bases – and then it all ends in an alien invasion of our space colony.

OBJECTIVE: Learn about and address the requirements and challenges with traveling into space and building a colony on Mars using specifically chosen and specialized LEGO elements designed for the task. Concurrently, students are taught creative designs and advanced building techniques for building specialized objects and solutions to achieve a desired goal.

APPROACH: With thousands of specialty pieces carefully chosen to enhance the building experience for the space theme, students design and construct the modular components required to fly to Mars and establish a base camp. Each day, students learn about and build the various modules required for survival (oxygen, food, water, fuel, shelter, transportation, etc.) and then assemble it all together to construct a realistic modular space colony.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT:
1. Science: requirements, challenges, risks to traveling and living in outer space
2. Technology: requirements to launching a rocket and safely landing on a foreign body
3. Engineering: ability to plan and build structures and objects in modular phases and then assemble a finished product
4. Art: creative design, visual interpretation and creation of various real-word and imaginary objects using advanced LEGO elements
5. Math: proper nomenclature and ratios of elements (“2×4 brick”, “1×12 plate”, “2×2 tile”, “3×2 33° slope”, “1x4x3 frame, etc.)

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Studs Not on TOP (SNoT) construction, Technic integration, hinges and turntables, brackets, fine detailing with smaller elements, modular construction, multi-tiered structures

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Stop Motion Animation: Ages 9+ . . . . . . $249

RECOMMENDED AGES: 9+

PRE-REQUISITE:
[X] Interest / Desire to learn LEGO stop motion
[X] Desire to “Free-Build”
[X] Basic computer skills

EXPERIENCE:              Basic LEGO construction skills

DURATION:                 5 Days, 4 hours each day (20 hours total)
STUDENT BRINGS:                 5 Days, 3 hours each day (15 hours total)

CLASS MAX:             8

INCLUDES: USB Flash drive with final video production, Bricknowlogy T-shirt

SYNOPSIS: Students learn the basics of stop-motion video animation including movement, background creation, sound effects, and more. Students are divided into groups of two or three, and taught how to create complete LEGO scenes that come together to tell a short story. By the end of this class, each group will have created their own production to show off to their parents/fellow classmates

OBJECTIVE: To introduce builders and creators to the awesome world of stop-motion movie-making using LEGO minifigures / creations combined with supplemental art materials, all brought together using the latest software tools and techniques.

APPROACH: With the guidance of the Bricknowlogy Master Builder Instructors – along with access to thousands of NEW and CLEAN traditional and specialized LEGO® elements – students create their own scenes and backgrounds to create a movie set! Students then build their Minifigures and insert them into the scene. Next, using stop-motions techniques, students bring the entire set to life. Students then edit, mix, and splice their video into a story. Finally, voice and sound is added to create the final production. Students then share and show their production to class mates and family members. Final productions are given to each attendee on a USB flash drive.

STEM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT à   STEAM SKILLS:

  1. Science: Spatial Relations: identify, rotate, and assemble objects in “space”
  2. Technology: programming, video production and editing
  3. Engineering: fine motor skills, basic instructional / visual interpretation
  4. Art: creative design, individual expression, visual interpretation, production design
  5. Math: logic, sequencing, arithmetic, inputs/outputs

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Free-Flow Idea Exercises to inspire the foundation for a LEGO-based stop-motion production.

SUMMER CLASSES:
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Technical Engineering: Ages 7 - 11 . . . . . . $39

RECOMMENDED AGES: 7 – 11

EXPERIENCE:  [X] Able to build LEGO® kits without assistance   [X] Able to work with small parts and detailed instructions

PRE-REQUISITE: Interest in Machines, Robotics, Advanced LEGO

DURATION: 90 minutes

CLASS MAX: 12

INCLUDES: LEGO Technic set, $20 value

SYNOPSIS: Students build and take home a LEGO Technic set, while being introduced to the parts, nomenclature, taxonomy, techniques, and unique building skills required for LEGO® Technic models and basic machines– a prerequisite for LEGO® Mindstorms®.

OBJECTIVE: Build an awareness of the unique and varied parts of the LEGO® Technic environment including gears, axles, beams, liftarms, bushings, friction pins, connectors, and more. Develop an appreciation of basic mechanics such as gearing ratios, worm drives, and levers. Prepare students for LEGO Mindstorms through a solid understanding of the Technic environment in complex machines.

APPROACH: Through the construction of various machines, visually and physically explore the mechanics of advanced Technic components and motorized functions while mastering the skills required for robotics. Students will learn how to quickly identify highly specific elements, nuanced differences between similar parts and their unique functionality, and how to combine multiple smaller elements to create a larger part with different properties.

STEAM SKILLS ACQUIRED / EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT:
1. Science: 3D visualization and special relations
2. Technology: advanced principles and properties of specialized elements
3. Engineering: Advanced Mechanics: construct complex machines and fully comprehend the working components, individually and collectively
4. Art: creative design, visual interpretation
5. Math: logic, sequencing, gearing ratios, axle lengths, liftarm angles

LEGO® TECHNIQUE: Fine Motor Skills: ability to grasp and assemble small parts in a precise manner to allow for smooth and steady motion; Working knowledge of gears, axles, beams, liftarms, bushings, friction pins, and connectors

SUMMER CLASSES:
We’re now using Sawyer for all class registrations – Click here to register!

 

Please note: In order to offer the best availability to our all customers and ensure proper attendance and planning, class registrations are not refundable once they are paid for – nor can they can changed or moved. We will not be able to effectively plan and provide proper availability without having set schedules and attendance commitments. In addition, some classes require a minimum attendance threshold to make it most effective.  In the unusual event a class does not meet that requirement, Bricknowlogy will offer a full refund and notice at least 48 hours before the class start date.  Thank you for your understanding and for supporting Bricknowlogy!