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Bricks 4 Kidz Charlotte

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Bricks 4 Kidz
8634 Camfield St
Charlotte
NC
28277
Tel: 980 225 7818

Where are we going today?

Who loves to play? We certainly do, and so do Bricks 4 Kidz in Charlotte. After all - they were created JUST to give kids a place to play, learn, and have a great time!

Bricks 4 Kidz offer a number of ways for kids to have a great time, make friends, get creative and most important - PLAY!

Open Play is a great way for kids to spend a few hours using their imaginations, embracing their creativity and using their minds, all on your own time.

There are LEGO tables where they encourage free play, as well as LEGO set building where future engineers can really shine! Those nimble thimbles can enjoy LEGO video games to challenge their coordination, and even LEGO board games.

It's LEGO galore!

For the younger kiddies, there are DUPLO blocks and EDUBLOCKS, which will give them pint-sized play.

Open play is open for kids aged 3 to 12 years, so why not spend a day of building!

Bricks 4 Kidz also have classes for those from 1 year to explore different themes, and Mindstorm Robotics where kids over 9 years can enjoy 6 week sessions of classes to problem solve, test, evaluate and create pretty cool robotics! Amazing!

With after school programs and fun birthday party opportunities, Bricks 4 Kidz really does give kids something to BUILD their day with fun!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree
  • ChildrenOpen Play $8/hr with parents, or $12/hr drop off.
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Times vary on the season so check before you go!

Open play closed on holidays. Classes throughout the year

Teachers corner

They offer field trips that give kids 3 dimensional, imaginative and hands-on learning! Themes are available too, from modern-day USA to construction and history..

I'm Hungry!

It's best to grab some food in the nearby area before your time of play! .

Any Top Tips?

You can have a birthday party at Bricks 4 Kidz! You get a 90 minute party and lots of LEGO fun so call to book.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff if you have any difficulties or special needs - they will be happy to help!.

Can I get one of those?

They have t-shirts available for purchase, and they offer DVDs for camp and class attendees!.

More information

Open play drop off is only for kids over 5 years.

What people are saying?

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    I signed up my kindergartener for Bricks 4 Kidz not only to encourage his love of legos but to be involved in a great social and team building opportunity. He looked forward every week to building something new and also was able to talk about all of the great friends he made. The program is well run, the perfect length of time and really applicable to a wide range of ages and developmental abilities. We look forward to more involvement in the future.

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    My 7-year old daughter *loves* to build. We have a number of different style of building toys at home from legos to tinker toys to PVC pipe and fittings that she and her brother can construct almost anything. She is always building something, so when I saw Bricks 4 Kidz advertized as an after school program at her school, I signed her up immediately. She enjoyed it for the first couple of weeks, but as it continued, she was less and less interested. She told me that they worked in pairs and that the projects they built were a "one-person" job,...Read More

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    My kindergartener is not the type to willingly participate in new group activities. However, he read the description for Bricks 4 Kids and immediately wanted to sign up - THIS got me excited! He loved, loved, loved it and was always excited for Monday afternoon so he could build to his heart's content. It was great to see him to engaged with new kids, many who were older than he. We will DEFINITELY be doing this again! Can't wait for my younger son to participate!

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    It's more than "just" Lego Building! For my kindergartener it was also about teamwork, patience, reading and following directions, confidence, sharing, and independence. He also loved getting to build with his school buddies. I am amazed at how his creativity with his own legos has soared, he's happy and confindent creating his own designs! He loved it so much we signed him up for the second session too. Your session leaders are wonderful with the kids--always challenging them to do their best, but keeping the skill level for each child where it...Read More

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    Our 6-year old daughter really enjoyed Bricks 4 Kidz after school. She talked about the projects she made each week and that they built them as a team. We'll definitely sign up again. (Also worth noting: When the session at my daughter's school was offered on a day of the week that didn't work out with our schedule, we emailed the organizers to let them know we were interested, but couldn't make it on those days and would watch for it another time. As it turned out, other parents expressed interest for alternate days and the leaders were able...Read More

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by A Google User

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My 7-year old daughter *loves* to build. We have a number of different style of building toys at home from legos to tinker toys to PVC pipe and fittings that she and her brother can construct almost anything. She is always building something, so when I saw Bricks 4 Kidz advertized as an after school program at her school, I signed her up immediately. She enjoyed it for the first couple of weeks, but as it continued, she was less and less interested. She told me that they worked in pairs and that the projects they built were a "one-person" job, so a lot of her time was spent watching the other person build the project. I offered that she should talk with her partner and split the project in half so that both of them could build at least a portion of the project. She tried that the following week, but said once her partner got started, she wouldn't stop so again my daughter just sat. I was very disappointed with the experience my daughter had, but thought I would ask if she wanted to sign up for the next session and see if it was better. She told me she was not interested at all - this from a child that loves to build! I also don't remember getting an opportunity to write a review at the end of the session. Looking back, the first couple of weeks were taught by (I think) the owner of the business, but the following weeks were taught by someone else (who was much younger). I am wondering if the second individual just didn't have the necessary experience to make sure all the children were included equally. Overall, the concept was nice, but the experience for my daughter was lacking.

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It's more than "just" Lego Building! For my kindergartener it was also about teamwork, patience, reading and following directions, confidence, sharing, and independence. He also loved getting to build with his school buddies. I am amazed at how his creativity with his own legos has soared, he's happy and confindent creating his own designs! He loved it so much we signed him up for the second session too. Your session leaders are wonderful with the kids--always challenging them to do their best, but keeping the skill level for each child where it needs to be to reduce frustration with builds that are more difficult, and being sure everyone gets a turn. Thanks Bricks 4 Kidz for offering such a great after school program! We'll be back next school year!

by A Google User

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Our 6-year old daughter really enjoyed Bricks 4 Kidz after school. She talked about the projects she made each week and that they built them as a team. We'll definitely sign up again. (Also worth noting: When the session at my daughter's school was offered on a day of the week that didn't work out with our schedule, we emailed the organizers to let them know we were interested, but couldn't make it on those days and would watch for it another time. As it turned out, other parents expressed interest for alternate days and the leaders were able to organize a second session on the day of the week that did work for us.)

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