February 28, 2014

Lego Summer Camp at Bricks4Kids

My kids love Legos. Perhaps EVERY kid has a love for Legos. OK who am I kidding *I* love Legos. I love when the kids say "Hey mom can you help me build this?"  What I love even more is that they are learning so much through building and exploring with those silly little bricks. When I told them last week that they would be attending a Lego summer camp they were ecstatic!

That's right, the local Bricks4Kids franchise has some amazing camp programs in convenient locations throughout Ann Arbor, Saline, Ypsilanti, Dexter and Chelsea that your kids can experience too.

Bricks4Kids summer day camp options offer half and full day camp programs
($150/half day to $300/full day) with camp costs varying a bit depending on the location. The daycamp at the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum is slightly higher since the kids will have full access to the museum; Cost is also a bit higher for the Lego Movie Making camp as well.

Why is Lego summer camp a great idea? As STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) becomes more of a focus in your child's education, using Legos to support that learning is a fun way to play and learn! Often kids don't even realize they are learning and it can help build a great foundation that helps prevent summer learning loss.

Programs are available for every Lego enthusiast. Some themes include:
  • Stop Motion Movie Making Camp
  • "Angry Bird" and "Minecraft" themes
  • NASA Space Adventures
  • Super Hero Camp
  • Pirate Quest Camp
  • Lego Robotics and Remote Control camps
  • Comic Creator Camp 
  • Arts & Crafts with Legos 
There are even day camp options for preschool aged children and Lego summer camp for girls.

Spending the day playing and learning with Legos and Bricks4Kids is defiantly worth checking out. Registering your child will make you a hero - your child will love you (and learn) and your child's teacher will appreciate helping with summer learning loss! To register for any of the great summer camps offered at Bricks4Kids, visit the Bricks4Kids summer camp page.


  1. Hi Tammy,
    I have a quick question I wanted to ask you about your blog. Do you think you could send me an email when you get this? Thanks


  2. It is Lego not legoS Plural would be Lego bricks....