Bricks 4 Kidz Spring Break Camps

March 6, 2013
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.Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, we play… with LEGO® bricks.  Programs are built around our proprietary model plans, designed by engineers and architects, with exciting themes such as space, construction, and amusement parks. Our specially designed project kits and theme-based models provide the building blocks for the Bricks 4 Kidz approach to educational play. At Bricks 4 Kidz, we believe that kids learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.

For more information, check out the Bricks 4 Kids website or Facebook page.

Thursday, April 4th: Mommy & Me (ages 2-5) Building & Frozen Yogurt at Sweet Frog (2236 General Booth Blvd., Suite 100
Virginia Beach, 23456) from 1-2:30pm
$15 per child (includes class and frozen yogurt for parent and child)

Join us for this special afternoon of LEGO® fun at SWEET FROG!!!  Children will enjoy songs, a story, learning to build an Ice Cream model, parachute time, and free play.  The class will end with everyone getting as much frozen yogurt as they want (that includes the moms, too)!  

Registration includes the class and frozen yogurt for one child and one parent only.  If you would like to register a second child, you may use this discount code (512E40636E21E)  to take off $4 for the frozen yogurt.  If you want to bring an extra adult, they will have to pay $4 for their frozen yogurt.  Please call with any questions (757-301-9710)!

Friday, April 5th: Air, Land, and Sea One Day Camp (ages 6-10) at Great Neck Library 1251 Bayne Drive, 23454
$35 from 11-2:30pm 

Step aboard to build some exciting ways to get from here to there. Take to the sky with our air show model, race across the beach in an ingenious land sail, or zoom through the water on a jet ski.  Kids will learn what makes each machine unique and how it moves!  Children will take home a mini-model and a mini-figure!  

Remember to bring a bagged lunch (no peanut products please). 

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