After-school programs, field trips and workshops offered by Bricks 4 Kidz use brick-building, robotics and coding activities to teach STEAM concepts to children in a fun and interactive way. These programs are designed to reinforce what children are learning in school and provide them with hands-on opportunities to build and create.
Led by trained instructors who guide the children through a variety of engaging activities and building challenges, our camps are a great way for children to learn important STEAM concepts while also having fun and making new friends in a safe and supportive environment. Children will learn how to build and program robots, design and construct buildings and vehicles, and work on team-based challenges that foster creativity and problem-solving skills.
Our STEAM Labs programs are designed to supplement traditional classroom learning and provide children with opportunities to explore STEAM subjects in more depth. We guide students through hands-on lessons related to their current curriculum objectives, helping them contextualize what they’re learning. The Bricks 4 Kidz model gives lessons a tactile focal point, while the expert-designed teaching materials guide them through understanding key concepts.
One of our most popular offerings, Bricks 4 Kidz birthday parties are a fun and memorable way for children to celebrate their special day while also developing important skills and making new friends. With free play, games and activities, kids are sure to be fascinated by all the building fun. Bricks 4 Kidz birthday parties also include fun games and challenges that encourage creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.
Bricks 4 Kidz is always looking for new opportunities to bring learning to life. Our Kidz Night Out offers free play to let their creativity run wild – and give parents a night off. Our programs for Girl and Boy Scouts are fun, exciting ways to earn STEAM badges. We can also set up at conferences, weddings or even reunions to keep kids entertained and events running smoothly.