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Build It 4 Kids LEGO Winter Holiday Workshops

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Get your kids out of the house these 2015 winter school holidays and book them onto another brick-tastic workshop organised by Build It 4 Kids.

Winter School Holiday LEGO® Workshops

Build It 4 Kids' LEGO® workshops are filled with educational brick building fun for groups of children.

Build It 4 Kids

Led by two qualified primary school teachers, James and Penny Yerondais, each 3-hour LEGO® workshop is filled with team based activities as well as time for individual creativity.

Held in the library at Mentone Primary School, each LEGO® workshop incorporates science, technology and basic mechanics into each class with children building structures, catapults, cranes and more, not forgetting the Master Builder segment where your kids will use their imagination to design and create LEGO constructions without instructions.

There are four LEGO® workshops to choose from over the winter school holidays with three classes designed for school aged children 6 - 12 years and a junior workshop for children aged 4 - 6 years:

Tuesday 30 of June . 1pm – 4pm (ages: 6-12)
Thursday 2 of July 1pm – 4pm (Junior ages: 4-6)
Tuesday 7 of July 1pm – 4pm (ages: 6-12)
Thursday 9th of July 1pm – 4pm (ages: 6-12)

Book your child a place onto the winter Build It 4 Kids LEGO® workshops by contacting James on 0401 733 299 or email yerondais33 (AT) hotmail.com.

Address: 6 Childers St, Mentone, VIC

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