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3/14 Half day Camp

Registration closed – camp is full

Thursday March 14 (half day for parent teacher conferences, we will pick up from PS130, both lower and upper schools)
Lego camp 11:30-3:30 – $60
Extended hours 3:30-5:30 – $30

There is a 33% sibling discount for the second child registered.

Theme: Lego Star Wars – we’ll build the forest planet of Endor with an Ewok village with tree houses and rope bridges.

Location: Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 612 Greenwood Avenue, between Prospect Ave and E7th St. We’ll have a snack and run around at Greenwood Playground (weather permitting).

To register sign up here Registration or e-mail Eleanorlego@outlook.com

Who is this camp for? 
The camp is for children in Pre-K through 3rd grade. 4th and 5th graders who have built with me before are welcome too.
The number of Pre-k spots is limited please contact me directly to ask about them.

What happens in Lego camp?
We spend the first two hours working in teams to build large scale projects, then we break for snack and a run around at Greenwood playground. We come back and spend the last hour adding smaller details to our scenes and then pulling them all together to create one giant scene to photograph and show to parents at pick-up.

Those who stay for extended hours can help destroy our creation and sort and pack the Lego, hang out and play, or build their own smaller Lego project.

President’s week Lego Camp

The  camp will take place 2/19 – 2/22, that’s Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of President’s week, at Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 612 Greenwood Avenue, between Prospect Ave and E7th St. You can sign up for the whole week, or individual days.

As usual you can register for 9-1 or 9-3 on each day, but there will also be some further extended hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. (see below)

We spend the first two hours working in teams to build large scale projects, then we break for lunch and a run around at Greenwood playground (weather permitting). We come back and spend the last hour adding smaller details to our scenes and then pulling them all together to create one giant scene to photograph and show to parents at pick-up.

Those who stay from 1-3 can help destroy our creation and sort and pack the Lego, hang out and play, or build their own smaller Lego project.

The camp will be loosely based around the story of The Lego Movie 2

On Tuesday and Wednesday we will spend the mornings building a classic Lego city using a mixture of building from instructions with Lego sets and designing our own buildings. This will be Bricksburg – the city Emmet lives in in Lego Movie 1.

On Tuesday from 3-5 you have the option of signing your child up to come back to my apartment on Albemarle Rd and E5th St after camp to watch The Lego Movie (1).

On Wednesday from 3-6 you have the options of either signing them up for a group trip to the Nighthawk theater to see The Lego Movie 2, or picking them up at 3 and then joining us at the NIghthawk.

On Thursday and Friday we will spend the mornings building scenes from Lego Movie 2: Apocalyspeburg and planets and characters from the Sistar system.

On Thursday from 3-5 you can again sign up for your child to watch a movie at my place (either Lego Batman or NInjago).

On Friday we will finish at 3 with no extras.

You can register for all of the above here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-iAQOfOSiqpkGDjmtzYO_VrWVHgNPhs8El5zhNCOm8k/edit

Or contact Eleanor at eleanorlego@outlook.com

Cost:

9-1 – $60

9-3 -$90

3-5 – $25

3-6 – $35 (movie ticket included)

Siblings get 33% off

 

Lego camp 2/5 Teddy bears’ picnic

(registration closed – this camp is full)

For the 2/5 camp our theme will be Teddy bear’s picnic. We’ll build lifesize food – pizza, burgers, french fries, salad, cake and more – and as it will be too big to feed to the mini-figures students are invited to bring one toy each from home to take part in the picnic.002fe068-5b1d-4695-9c4c-c9afe19ddb09

 

9am-1pm – $60
Extended hours 1pm-3pm – $30

 

There is a 33% sibling discount for the second child registered.

 

 

Location – Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 612 Greenwood Avenue, between Prospect Ave and E7th St.

To register or find out more e-mail Eleanorlego@outlook.com

Who is this camp for? 
The camp is for children in Kindergarden through 3rd grade. 4th and 5th graders who have built with me before are welcome too.

What happens in Lego camp?
We spend the first two hours working in teams to build large scale projects, then we break for lunch and a run around at Greenwood playground (weather permitting). We come back and spend the last hour adding smaller details to our scenes and then pulling them all together to create one giant scene to photograph and show to parents at pick-up.

Those who stay for extended hours can help destroy our creation and sort and pack the Lego, hang out and play, or build their own smaller Lego project.

November Lego Camps

Tuesday November 6 (Election day)
Lego camp 9am-1pm – $60
Extended hours 1pm-3pm – $30

Thursday November 15 (half day for parent teacher conferences, we will pick up from PS130, both lower and upper schools)
Lego camp 11:30-3:30 – $60
Extended hours 3:30-5:30 – $30

There is a 33% sibling discount for the second child registered.

Both November camps will take place in our new indoor venue – Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 612 Greenwood Avenue, between Prospect Ave and E7th St. We’ll continue to have lunch/snack and run around at Greenwood Playground (weather permitting).

To register or find out more e-mail Eleanorlego@outlook.com

Who is this camp for? 
The camp is for children in Kindergarden through 3rd grade. 4th and 5th graders who have built with me before are welcome too.
The number of Kindergarden spots is limited and I will give preference to siblings and PS130 Wingspan students.
The majority of students in my camps are from PS130 and that is the only school we currently pick up from but the camp is open to anyone.
What happens in Lego camp?
We spend the first two hours working in teams to build large scale projects, then we break for lunch (or snack if camp started at 11:30) and a run around at Greenwood playground. We come back and spend the last hour adding smaller details to our scenes and then pulling them all together to create one giant scene to photograph and show to parents at pick-up.

Those who stay for extended hours can help destroy our creation and sort and pack the Lego, hang out and play, or build their own smaller Lego project.