They're all the rage, are they not?
My girls haven't quite graduated to the smaller Legos quite yet. They spend most of their time toying with the larger Duplos. But let's be honest. Duplos are the gateway drug to Legos, so, really, it's only a matter of time.
Case in point:
3 out of 6 Drawers agree: Legos are the place to be.
So here's my question:
1) Are you local?
2) Are your kids looney for Legos?
3) Are you not sure what fun adventures to plan over Spring Break?
Don't worry - I've got you covered.
I was recently informed of a very fun Spring Break Camp series in the Philly area (King of Prussia, Newtown Square and Phoenixville, respectively). Bricks4Kidz hosts local classes where kids can build, play and LEARN with Legos. The "curriculums" are designed by engineers and architects, and offer a variety of themes (space, construction, amusement parks, etc). Their classes sounds awesomesauce, because I think it is so important to foster creativity - particularly through "educational play." Legos truly provide that outlet.
Bricks4Kidz has created several Spring Break programs for 2013. The camps, for kids ages 5 and up, range from amusement parks and Stop-Motion Animation. This is a great option for something to do over Spring Break, and to see if it would be a good fit to send your kids to one of their awesome themed Summer Camps as well!
Wait. It gets better.
There is currently a Living Social Deal for half off the regular price of the camp (heck - if you sign up and get 3 others to sign up, you can go for free!). Check out the living social deal here:
There are only 5 days remaining on the Living Social Deal - so hurry!
For more info on Bricks4Kidz, you can visit their website or Facebook Page.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post