ABOUT BRICKS 4 KIDZ® POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
We are so excited to offer Bricks 4 Kidz® to the children of Polk County. Bricks 4 Kidz® is an experienced based educational program focused on introducing children to principles of science, technology, engineering and architecture. Through the use of lab-focused exercises, utilizing LEGO® bricks, the children have the ability to learn, create and explore. Our programs provide an extraordinary atmosphere for students to build unique creations, play games, and have loads of fun. The activities are designed to trigger young children’s lively imaginations and build their confidence. Children work with exciting themes and could build a spinning satellite, a snapping alligator or even The Empire State Building. All the programs are designed around three main concepts: LEARN, EXPLORE and HAVE FUN! On this website you will find more information on what types of programs we offer; however, we are happy to customize a program specifically for your group. To watch a video about Bricks 4 Kidz® click the video button below.
After School Classes
New sessions are added weekly. The following schools are participating:
All Saints Academy, Winter Haven
Bartow Academy, Bartow
Bethune Academy, Haines City
Chain of Lakes Elementary, Winter Haven
Elbert Elementary, Winter Haven
Floral Avenue, Bartow
Hillcrest Elementary, Lake Wales
Lakeland Christian School, Lakeland
Medulla Elementary, Lakeland
Pinewood Elementary, Eagle Lake
R. Bruce Wagner Elementary, Lakeland
Sand Hill Elementary, Haines City
Scott Lake Elementary, Lakeland
Sikes Elementary, Lakeland
Spessard Holland Elementary, Bartow
Spook Hill Elementary, Lake Wales
St. Anthony’s Catholic School, Lakeland
St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Winter Haven
Valleyview Elementary, Lakeland
Winter Haven Christian School, Winter Haven
Space is limited, so sign up early.
Want to get Bricks 4 Kidz® started at your childs’ school? Call or e-mail Renee, 863-528-9747 or email@example.com to get your young engineer building!
We offer hands-on classes where students design and build educational models including motorized machines.