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 Field Trips

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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Summer 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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Birthday 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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BRICKS 4 KIDZ Naperville

Ranked #1 Children Enrichment Program, Entrepreneur Magazine, January 2014

Offering programs in the Naperville, Wheaton, Lisle, Plainfield, East Oswego and Aurora area

Designed and created by teachers, architects and engineering professionals, our hands-on curriculum and motorized model builds introduce children ages 6–11+ to STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) concepts and mechanics using LEGO® bricks, gears, motors and technology.

We offer various programs:

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Museum of Science and Industry - Family Pass Giveaway!!

Like our page and like this post to be entered into a raffle for a family pass giveaway to the museum.

The family pass is good for four to the museum and the special brick by brick exhibit. Valid through January 31, 2017 and cannot be used 12/22-12/31/16.

Brick by Brick Special exhibit:

Check out the Brick by Brick exhibit that is open through February, 2017. See the Roman Colosseum, the Burj Khalifa, and the International Space Station like you’ve never seen them before—in LEGO® form! This 7,000-squarefoot exhibit features more than a dozen of the world’s most iconic landmarks constructed by LEGO® Certified Professional and Chicago native Adam Reed Tucker. Guests are able to immerse themselves in the power of play with hands-on build challenges, and will learn how architects and engineers push the limits of design to make the seemingly impossible, possible.

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Spectacular LEGO®-built marvels of engineering will inspire the builder within you in Brick by Brick, a world-premiere exhibit at the Museum of Science and I...

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4 Benefits To Taking The Makers' Approach

Without a doubt, your child is rapidly compiling an impressively long list of toys he or she would like to unwrap this holiday season. But one type of toy should be on every parent’s edited gift list: toys that encourage kids to make something.

For example, building and playing with LEGO Bricks, offers endless combinations and possibilities for children to use their minds and hands to create something new. While it may seem pretty obvious that this is enriching, researchers have uncovered long-term benefits that kids gain from doing something with their hands in an educational setting:

They learn to ask and share - It usually starts with asking a parent or teacher, but over time, they start to learn they can find the answers themselves in books and on websites.

They learn to experiment: An experiment that pays off is a self-contained reward system that also builds useful skills.

They better understand their world: Making requires an understanding of how smaller parts work together. More exposure to these systems teaches them to break problems down into smaller parts.

They feel empowered: With each project that starts with a vision and proceeds into making and experimenting and finding a satisfying conclusion, kids add something new to their skills.

Whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong with something that encourages these young learners to create with their hands.

Sign them up for a Bricks 4 Kidz program or scout workshop or birthday party during which they can learn even more about how things work and build new connections. Visit our website for more information at www.bricks4kidz.com/naperville
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4 Benefits To Taking The Makers Approach

Without a doubt, your child is rapidly compiling an impressively long list of toys he or she would like to unwrap this holiday season. But one type of toy should be on every parent’s edited gift list: toys that encourage kids to make something.

For example, building and playing with LEGO Bricks, offers endless combinations and possibilities for children to use their minds and hands to create something new. While it may seem pretty obvious that this is enriching, researchers have uncovered long-term benefits that kids gain from doing something with their hands in an educational setting: 

They learn to ask and share - It usually starts with asking a parent or teacher, but over time, they start to learn they can find the answers themselves in books and on websites. 

They learn to experiment: An experiment that pays off is a self-contained reward system that also builds useful skills.

They better understand their world: Making requires an understanding of how smaller parts work together. More exposure to these systems teaches them to break problems down into smaller parts. 

They feel empowered: With each project that starts with a vision and proceeds into making and experimenting and finding a satisfying conclusion, kids add something new to their skills. 

Whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong with something that encourages these young learners to create with their hands. 

Sign them up for a Bricks 4 Kidz program or scout workshop or birthday party during which they can learn even more about how things work and build new connections. Visit our website for more information at www.bricks4kidz.com/naperville

Lego® Wizard World Workshop (2nd - 4th grade)
Dupage Children Museum

Spend time visiting the wizard world by building your favorite wizard. Also, go on a thrilling adventure as you create a motorized flying broom or a golden winged ball to complete your journey in the wizard world with Lego®'s, batteries and motors.

Workshop on Saturday November 12th from 9:30 to 10:30am (kids can attend the workshop on their own or with a parent). Workshop fee includes admission to the children museum for the day.

To register, visit the Dupage Children museum website at dupagechildrens.org/learning-experiences/for-children/lego-engineering/ or call them at 630-637-8000.
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Lego® Wizard World Workshop (2nd - 4th grade)
Dupage Children Museum

Spend time visiting the wizard world by building your favorite wizard. Also, go on a thrilling adventure as you create a motorized flying broom or a golden winged ball to complete your journey in the wizard world with Lego®s, batteries and motors.

Workshop on Saturday November 12th from 9:30 to 10:30am (kids can attend the workshop on their own or with a parent). Workshop fee includes admission to the children museum for the day. 

To register, visit the Dupage Children museum website at https://dupagechildrens.org/learning-experiences/for-children/lego-engineering/ or call them at 630-637-8000.

Lego® Minions & Thrill Rides Workshop (K-2nd grade)
Dupage Children Museum

Build and give your despicable minions a thrilling amusement park ride! In this workshop we will build your favorite minion and a motorized amusement park ride with Lego®'s, batteries and motors.

Parent/Child Workshop on Saturday November 12th from 11 to Noon. Workshop fee includes admission to the children museum for the day.

To register, visit the Dupage Children museum website at 8667.blackbaudhosting.com/8667/Minions--Thrill-Rides or call them at 630-637-8000.
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Lego® Minions & Thrill Rides Workshop (K-2nd grade)
Dupage Children Museum

Build and give your despicable minions a thrilling amusement park ride! In this workshop we will build your favorite minion and a motorized amusement park ride with Lego®s, batteries and motors.

Parent/Child Workshop on Saturday November 12th from 11 to Noon. Workshop fee includes admission to the children museum for the day. 

To register, visit the Dupage Children museum website at https://8667.blackbaudhosting.com/8667/Minions--Thrill-Rides or call them at 630-637-8000.

They think it’s COOL. You know it’s EDUCATIONAL.

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