If your child loves LEGOS, the Edmonds Parks and Recreation Department is offering two fun classes for kids during spring break, which for Edmonds public schools is April 4-8.
In the morning “LEGO Pre-Engineering” session, for ages 5-6, kids can build a town, city, or star base with houses, buildings, pyramids, bridges, tunnels, or towers. Build a motorized vehicle – race it, crash it, repair it. Explore the many possibilities of LEGO building systems while learning useful construction techniques. Work individually, in teams and as a group. “Register for class 13663, 9 a.m.-noon, cost is $152.
The afternoon session is billed as “LEGO Engineering Fundamentals” for ages 7-12. Using LEGOS, participants can design and build a motorized machine, catapult, pyramid, demolition derby car, bridge, building or other construction. Register for class 13664, 1-4 p.m., cost $152.
Both classes are held at the Frances Anderson Center, 700 Main St. Register in advance at 428-771-0230 or at www.reczone.org.
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