Bricks 4 Kidz is offering LEGO® themed Halloween Camps which will provide boys and girls, aged 5-12 years, with an opportunity to create their favourite Halloween themed game and movie characters in LEGO®.
This year, our Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO® themed Halloween camps will feature new measures in line with national guidelines for COVID-19. With assistance from leading Health & Safety Consultants, Darlington Consulting, our staff have received full training in our COVID-19 Response Plan and Processes. Our fun-filled LEGO® Technic camps now feature the following measures:
- Assigned builder pods
- Daily temperature checks
- Individual LEGO® kits for the week – no sharing of LEGO®
- Enhanced hygiene and cleaning procedures
Something spooky is happening at Bricks 4 Kidz this Halloween! Join us for some frightfully fun LEGO® themed builds, suitable for girls and boys from 5 – 12 years. Our camps provide an opportunity for Master Builders to create their favourite Halloween themed game and movie characters in LEGO®.
Our Halloween camps teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) through play with LEGO® builds. Bricks 4 Kidz provides your children with the tools to learn to think critically and creatively through our engaging camps, while they are having fun. Children are also developing important life skills such as problem solving, communications and spatial intelligence, whilst also enhancing their self-confidence and self-esteem.
Join us from October 27th – 30th and discover some seriously scary zombies, monsters and skeletons at Bricks 4 Kidz!
Halloween Camp Benefits:
- Camps run over the Halloween school holidays
- Small class sizes ensure 1 to 1 attention
- STEM educational value in all camps
- An opportunity to make new friends
- Develops children’s problem solving skills
An example of one of our spooktacular builds for our Halloween camps:
Discover the amazing spider and learn why it is such an important member of the animal kingdom. A spider has so many features to amaze us, from its 8 legs and eyes to its 48 knees;and did you ever wonder what happens to a spider’s web when it gets dirty and torn? Come find out and build an awesome, crawling model of this amazing, creeping creature!
- Peter Clark
- Imagination House
- Anne Street
- Wexford Town
- Co. Wexford