Camps

Bricks 4 Kidz® camps are a fresh and fun way for kids to spend their school or holiday break! Children will enjoy using LEGO® Bricks to build specially-designed models, play games, explore the world of engineering, architecture and movie-making.

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After-School Programs

Bricks 4 Kidz® after-school classes build on the universal popularity of LEGO® Bricks to deliver high quality, educational play. Every class is a fun, enriching experience for your child, using the classic bricks loved by generations of children.

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In-School Workshops

A Bricks 4 Kidz® workshop uses LEGO® Bricks that kids love, to deliver hands-on lessons correlated to cross-disciplinary curriculum objectives. The Bricks 4 Kidz® approach to learning is imaginative, multi-sensory and fun, creating a dynamic learning experience for your students.

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Parties

Celebrate your child’s birthday and build memories with a unique Bricks 4 Kidz® party experience. The timeless fun of LEGO® Bricks is sure to be a crowd pleaser for boys and girls from pre-school to pre-teen.

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Robotics

Experience our exciting Jr. Robotics and Advanced Robotics classes! Build a motorized model and watch it come to life using simple LEGO® WeDo® software. As your skills improve, advance to LEGO® EV3 Mindstorms® classes for more challenging robot-building and programming!

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Experience our exciting Jr. Robotics and Advanced Robotics classes! Build a motorized model and watch it come to life using simple LEGO® WeDo® software. As your skills improve, advance to LEGO® EV3 Mindstorms® classes for more challenging robot-building and programming!

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BRICKS 4 KIDZ – Serving the San Ramon, Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasant Hill and Brentwood   

Bricks 4 Kidz is now serving Pleasant Hill, Brentwood, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore!  Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, we play… with LEGO® Bricks.

Programs are built around our proprietary model plans, designed by engineers and architects, with exciting themes such as space, construction, and amusement parks.  Our specially designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for the Bricks 4 Kidz approach to educational play. At Bricks 4 Kidz, we believe that kids learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.  The activities are designed to trigger young children’s lively imaginations and build their self-confidence.

We offer activities for children ages 3-13+, including:

After-school enrichment classes

Week-long summer camps

Birthday parties

Preschool classes

Kidz Night Out

Our programs provide a safe, relaxed learning environment where initiative is invited and self-expression is celebrated.  Model building provides opportunities for problem-solving and helps kids develop an appreciation for how things work. All this takes place while kids are having fun and socializing in a non-competitive atmosphere.

GOALS

  • Introduce engineering and architecture principles
  • Explore math and science concepts
  • Increase general knowledge through discussions related to each model
  • Develop social/emotional skills such as patience, teamwork and communication in the process of completing a project
  • Enhance self-esteem by solving problems and completing projects
  • Improve fine-motor skills as children manipulate small components
  • Utilize multiple learning modalities to engage visual, kinesthetic and auditory learning styles
  • Teach important classroom skills such as organization and following directions
  • Foster an appreciation for how things work

 

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POCKET BRICK MONSTERS: Get ready for learning and adventure in the world of Pokémon®! Tap into your inner engineer with LEGO® Bricks as we build Dratini, Pikachu, Poké Balls and more.
PIRATES QUEST: Shiver me timbers as we explore the popular culture behind the life of a pirate! Learn about and build a motorized pirate ship, a helm, anchor and more from LEGO® Bricks!
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ENROLL TODAY FOR POCKET BRICK MONSTERS AND PIRATES QUEST after school enrichments at LVCS! https://my.bricks4kidz.com/index.php?action=classdetail&record=152377
POCKET BRICK MONSTERS: Get ready for learning and adventure in the world of Pokémon®! Tap into your inner engineer with LEGO® Bricks as we build Dratini, Pikachu, Poké Balls and more.
PIRATES QUEST: Shiver me timbers as we explore the popular culture behind the life of a pirate! Learn about and build a motorized pirate ship, a helm, anchor and more from LEGO® Bricks!

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Beyond sports: Off­the­field afterschool activities to challenge your
child
(BPT) ­ From soccer to lacrosse, sports are what most parents initially think about when considering extracurricular activities for their children. However,
today’s schools and communities understand there’s a need for diverse
afterschool options that challenge kids in a variety of ways.
“While participating in sports can have many benefits, to raise a wellrounded
child it’s important to consider other afterschool activities that help
them to develop different skillsets,” says Ellen Marks, educational expert
and curriculum director at Bricks 4 Kidz. “Introducing a variety of activities
helps kids have many experiences so they can discover their natural talents as well as improve areas where they
may struggle.”
These extracurricular activities are guaranteed to broaden your children’s horizons and provide them with plenty of
fun and education:
Nature: Because we live in such a digitized world, many school systems are now offering nature­based programs
that teach important science and biology skills while instilling respect for Mother Nature. Check out these types of
programs at school or through your local nature center. Scouts is another fantastic option with many nature­based
activities.
Theater: Many kids dream of becoming stars on their favorite TV shows, and theater experience is the first step in
exploring that interest. It's not just for high school students. Acting classes, musical theater and play production are
all great options enjoyed by students with a wide­range of abilities.
STEM: Help your kids grow important science, technology, engineering and math skills through STEM classes like
Bricks 4 Kidz. These group classes — available for kindergarten through middle school — use LEGO Bricks,
gears, motors and more to build exciting projects. Students learn to work together and solve problems while
creating something they can feel proud of.
Music: Music afterschool activities exercise the brain in a variety of ways. Inherently creative, music is also very
technical. Learning about notes, chords and music theory is mathematical in many ways. Explore choir, instrument
classes and band camps to inspire your junior Mozart.
Martial arts: Taekwondo (from Korea) and Karate (from Japan) are both great options for children. Classes offer
physical exercise that improve balance and stamina, but parents enjoy many of the other benefits that often come
from studying martial arts, including increased focus, discipline and respect for others.
Cooking: With the expansive popularity of cooking shows, kids have never had more interest in what goes on in
the kitchen. Sign students up for cooking classes and they’ll learn proper cooking technique and whip up some
tasty treats in the process. Soon enough, you may be able to hand off one meal a week to your chef­in­training.
Art: With the reality of many schools reducing or cutting art programs, exploring art education outside of the
classroom becomes even more important. Kids love to create and there are a variety of art programs for the next
Picasso or Rembrandt. Drawing programs are wildly popular, but also consider sculpture, pottery and mixedmedia
classes.
Technical clubs: Today’s youth grow up with technology, so they have a natural inclination toward any activity that
incorporates it. For example, robotics clubs are popping up in elementary and middle schools across the country.
Check out Bricks 4 Kidz Jr. Robotics and Advanced Robotics classes where kids build a motorized model and
watch it come to life using simple LEGO WeDo and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 software. Learn more at
www.bricks4kidz.com.
Beyond sports: Off­the­field afterschool activities to challenge your
child
(BPT) ­ From soccer to lacrosse, sports are what most parents initially think
about when considering extracurricular activities for their children. However,
today’s schools and communities understand there’s a need for diverse
afterschool options that challenge kids in a variety of ways.
“While participating in sports can have many benefits, to raise a wellrounded
child it’s important to consider other afterschool activities that help
them to develop different skillsets,” says Ellen Marks, educational expert
and curriculum director at Bricks 4 Kidz. “Introducing a variety of activities
helps kids have many experiences so they can discover their natural talents as well as improve areas where they
may struggle.”
These extracurricular activities are guaranteed to broaden your children’s horizons and provide them with plenty of
fun and education:
Nature: Because we live in such a digitized world, many school systems are now offering nature­based programs
that teach important science and biology skills while instilling respect for Mother Nature. Check out these types of
programs at school or through your local nature center. Scouts is another fantastic option with many nature­based
activities.
Theater: Many kids dream of becoming stars on their favorite TV shows, and theater experience is the first step in
exploring that interest. It's not just for high school students. Acting classes, musical theater and play production are
all great options enjoyed by students with a wide­range of abilities.
STEM: Help your kids grow important science, technology, engineering and math skills through STEM classes like
Bricks 4 Kidz. These group classes — available for kindergarten through middle school — use LEGO Bricks,
gears, motors and more to build exciting projects. Students learn to work together and solve problems while
creating something they can feel proud of.
Music: Music afterschool activities exercise the brain in a variety of ways. Inherently creative, music is also very
technical. Learning about notes, chords and music theory is mathematical in many ways. Explore choir, instrument
classes and band camps to inspire your junior Mozart.
Martial arts: Taekwondo (from Korea) and Karate (from Japan) are both great options for children. Classes offer
physical exercise that improve balance and stamina, but parents enjoy many of the other benefits that often come
from studying martial arts, including increased focus, discipline and respect for others.
Cooking: With the expansive popularity of cooking shows, kids have never had more interest in what goes on in
the kitchen. Sign students up for cooking classes and they’ll learn proper cooking technique and whip up some
tasty treats in the process. Soon enough, you may be able to hand off one meal a week to your chef­in­training.
Art: With the reality of many schools reducing or cutting art programs, exploring art education outside of the
classroom becomes even more important. Kids love to create and there are a variety of art programs for the next
Picasso or Rembrandt. Drawing programs are wildly popular, but also consider sculpture, pottery and mixedmedia
classes.
Technical clubs: Today’s youth grow up with technology, so they have a natural inclination toward any activity that
incorporates it. For example, robotics clubs are popping up in elementary and middle schools across the country.
Check out Bricks 4 Kidz Jr. Robotics and Advanced Robotics classes where kids build a motorized model and
watch it come to life using simple LEGO WeDo and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 software. Learn more at
www.bricks4kidz.com.
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Beyond sports: Off­the­field afterschool activities to challenge your
child
(BPT) ­ From soccer to lacrosse, sports are what most parents initially think about when considering extracurricular activities for their children. However,
today’s schools and communities understand there’s a need for diverse
afterschool options that challenge kids in a variety of ways.
“While participating in sports can have many benefits, to raise a wellrounded
child it’s important to consider other afterschool activities that help
them to develop different skillsets,” says Ellen Marks, educational expert
and curriculum director at Bricks 4 Kidz. “Introducing a variety of activities
helps kids have many experiences so they can discover their natural talents as well as improve areas where they
may struggle.”
These extracurricular activities are guaranteed to broaden your children’s horizons and provide them with plenty of
fun and education:
Nature: Because we live in such a digitized world, many school systems are now offering nature­based programs
that teach important science and biology skills while instilling respect for Mother Nature. Check out these types of
programs at school or through your local nature center. Scouts is another fantastic option with many nature­based
activities.
Theater: Many kids dream of becoming stars on their favorite TV shows, and theater experience is the first step in
exploring that interest. Its not just for high school students. Acting classes, musical theater and play production are
all great options enjoyed by students with a wide­range of abilities.
STEM: Help your kids grow important science, technology, engineering and math skills through STEM classes like
Bricks 4 Kidz. These group classes — available for kindergarten through middle school — use LEGO Bricks,
gears, motors and more to build exciting projects. Students learn to work together and solve problems while
creating something they can feel proud of.
Music: Music afterschool activities exercise the brain in a variety of ways. Inherently creative, music is also very
technical. Learning about notes, chords and music theory is mathematical in many ways. Explore choir, instrument
classes and band camps to inspire your junior Mozart.
Martial arts: Taekwondo (from Korea) and Karate (from Japan) are both great options for children. Classes offer
physical exercise that improve balance and stamina, but parents enjoy many of the other benefits that often come
from studying martial arts, including increased focus, discipline and respect for others.
Cooking: With the expansive popularity of cooking shows, kids have never had more interest in what goes on in
the kitchen. Sign students up for cooking classes and they’ll learn proper cooking technique and whip up some
tasty treats in the process. Soon enough, you may be able to hand off one meal a week to your chef­in­training.
Art: With the reality of many schools reducing or cutting art programs, exploring art education outside of the
classroom becomes even more important. Kids love to create and there are a variety of art programs for the next
Picasso or Rembrandt. Drawing programs are wildly popular, but also consider sculpture, pottery and mixedmedia
classes.
Technical clubs: Today’s youth grow up with technology, so they have a natural inclination toward any activity that
incorporates it. For example, robotics clubs are popping up in elementary and middle schools across the country.
Check out Bricks 4 Kidz Jr. Robotics and Advanced Robotics classes where kids build a motorized model and
watch it come to life using simple LEGO WeDo and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 software. Learn more at
www.bricks4kidz.com.
Beyond sports: Off­the­field afterschool activities to challenge your
child
(BPT) ­ From soccer to lacrosse, sports are what most parents initially think
about when considering extracurricular activities for their children. However,
today’s schools and communities understand there’s a need for diverse
afterschool options that challenge kids in a variety of ways.
“While participating in sports can have many benefits, to raise a wellrounded
child it’s important to consider other afterschool activities that help
them to develop different skillsets,” says Ellen Marks, educational expert
and curriculum director at Bricks 4 Kidz. “Introducing a variety of activities
helps kids have many experiences so they can discover their natural talents as well as improve areas where they
may struggle.”
These extracurricular activities are guaranteed to broaden your children’s horizons and provide them with plenty of
fun and education:
Nature: Because we live in such a digitized world, many school systems are now offering nature­based programs
that teach important science and biology skills while instilling respect for Mother Nature. Check out these types of
programs at school or through your local nature center. Scouts is another fantastic option with many nature­based
activities.
Theater: Many kids dream of becoming stars on their favorite TV shows, and theater experience is the first step in
exploring that interest. Its not just for high school students. Acting classes, musical theater and play production are
all great options enjoyed by students with a wide­range of abilities.
STEM: Help your kids grow important science, technology, engineering and math skills through STEM classes like
Bricks 4 Kidz. These group classes — available for kindergarten through middle school — use LEGO Bricks,
gears, motors and more to build exciting projects. Students learn to work together and solve problems while
creating something they can feel proud of.
Music: Music afterschool activities exercise the brain in a variety of ways. Inherently creative, music is also very
technical. Learning about notes, chords and music theory is mathematical in many ways. Explore choir, instrument
classes and band camps to inspire your junior Mozart.
Martial arts: Taekwondo (from Korea) and Karate (from Japan) are both great options for children. Classes offer
physical exercise that improve balance and stamina, but parents enjoy many of the other benefits that often come
from studying martial arts, including increased focus, discipline and respect for others.
Cooking: With the expansive popularity of cooking shows, kids have never had more interest in what goes on in
the kitchen. Sign students up for cooking classes and they’ll learn proper cooking technique and whip up some
tasty treats in the process. Soon enough, you may be able to hand off one meal a week to your chef­in­training.
Art: With the reality of many schools reducing or cutting art programs, exploring art education outside of the
classroom becomes even more important. Kids love to create and there are a variety of art programs for the next
Picasso or Rembrandt. Drawing programs are wildly popular, but also consider sculpture, pottery and mixedmedia
classes.
Technical clubs: Today’s youth grow up with technology, so they have a natural inclination toward any activity that
incorporates it. For example, robotics clubs are popping up in elementary and middle schools across the country.
Check out Bricks 4 Kidz Jr. Robotics and Advanced Robotics classes where kids build a motorized model and
watch it come to life using simple LEGO WeDo and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 software. Learn more at
www.bricks4kidz.com.

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Get creative and get rewarded! Send us a picture of your favorite LEGO creation and you could win $200 plus be featured in a national Bricks 4 Kidz ad campaign. You're always building anyway so why not win cash when you Imagine This! goo.gl/AG8Q4y
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Get creative and get rewarded! Send us a picture of your favorite LEGO creation and you could win $200 plus be featured in a national Bricks 4 Kidz ad campaign. Youre always building anyway so why not win cash when you Imagine This! https://goo.gl/AG8Q4y

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