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Real Tools For Small Hands
Kids love to make things and be creative. It’s how they learn about the world around them. They just need their imagination, some great materials, and a safe, encouraging environment.
Our kids work on projects that are adapted for small hands, using real tools. Surrounded by other kids and great instructors, we see their creativity come alive. And most of all, they have fun.
2/20/2017 – South Pole Day
Come with us on an adventure to the South Pole. We will build mini-sleds which we will use to explore Antarctica as we search for penguins. We may decide to build Emperor Penguins or their more colorful friends, the Macaroni Penguins. Or even create our own special penguin. A fun day of exploring a far off place that lets our builders’ imaginations soar.Register
2/21/2017 – Rubber Band Racers
Your young engineer designs and builds rubber band racers. Builders explore the physics of the race car by testing different rubber band lengths, car weights, and angles of ramps to create speed. Each car is unique, designed and decorate by our engineers to match their personality. A great day at the races for all!Register
2/22/2017 – Mini Golf Build
While the the thermometer might not be registering golf weather; the ConstructionKids mini golf course is open. Or should I say…..the course will be open when our young builder’s design the course. Children work in teams to compose a hole layout that fits into a larger mini-golf course. Children then individually build obstacles, and construct their hole before playing the course. No golf skill or experience needed. Just an interest in building and imagination.Register
2/23/2017 - Star Wars Day
With the newest Star Wars movie in theater recently, we have gotten a ton of requests to bring back our iconic wooden designs based on the film series. Our young builders can make Tie Fighters, x-wing fighters, or aliens from the many planets the Jedi visit. Come with us on a space odyssey of discovery.Register