We’re a team of teachers and engineers with a passion for helping kids discover creativity through science. We host structured day programs where kids can experiment with LEGO builds, learn the basics of design and engineering, and have a blast!
Our programs focus on STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and we challenge kids to think while having fun. Our programs are for students between the ages of 4 and 14. We operate programs in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont.
It’s no secret that LEGOs can help unlock a child’s creative and inventive nature.
While building with LEGOs at home, most kids are learning and discovering new things without even realizing it! Our variety of LEGO programs include working with motors, gears, simple machines, robotics, stop motion animation, and programming in Minecraft.
Think your child will have a blast at a LEtGO Your Mind day program? You’re probably right! Get in touch with us to learn more, and discover the next program near you.
Ages 4-5: Become a master superhero builder as we create LEGO vehicles, structures and machines that will help defeat the arch enemy villains. Using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles students will engineer ways to protect themselves by constructing super hero cars, magnetic levitation trains, super hero lasers and more! Students will use gears […]
Ages 6-9: Become a master superhero builder as we create LEGO vehicles, structures and machines that will help defeat the arch enemy villains. Using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles students will engineer ways to protect themselves by constructing super hero cars, magnet levitation trains, magnetic cranes, and more! Students will use gears and […]
Ages 9-14: Come and join us as we build Super Hero bots that can defeat the arch villain. In this class students will learn how gears can create awesome speed and power. We will create bots that will engage in tug of wars, battle villain bots and pull fifty pounds! Children will apply the STEM […]
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