Kids are natural engineers. We help them realize it.
Kids dive into our classes and exercise their innate gift for building. They come away understanding fundamental principles of engineering and physics. The experience boosts their confidence, creativity and ability to collaborate. Kids can’t get enough.
Dream It. Build It. Wreck It. Repeat.
Kids are already naturally gifted creators. Then they get added inspiration from our specially trained instructors. They dive into our massive collections of LEGO®. And while they build elaborate objects, structures and vehicles, they explore fundamental principles of engineering and physics. They also learn to collaborate and create without fear of mistakes. The experience is joyful, the impact long-lasting.
DATES AND LOCATIONS:
July 4 – 8
Play Well North Austin Camp @ Dragon’s Lair Comics and Fantasy – 2438 West Anderson Lane Suite B-1, Austin, TX
June 13 – 17 and July 11 – 15
Play Well South Austin @ BAM Academy South Austin – 113 Industrial Blvd., Austin, TX 78745
Cost is $155/week for half day of camp, which runs either from 9am – noon or 1pm – 4pm.
“My son who is 7, just completed your Play-Well Camp and had the time of his life! I just want to thank you for your lovely staff, incredible supplies and awesome curriculum. The class was well controlled, and the children were expected to treat each other with respect and kindness. I especially appreciated the attempts to eliminate all forms of violence in the constructing and ideas of projects. This is extremely important to many families attending. He came home each day with a huge smile on his face and yakking away about how much he learned.”
“Our family went for our fifth year in a row. We always plan our trips around Play -Well Lego camps and Comic-con! We always hit the Lego moments. It’s awesome and an amazing bundle of creative energy and extraordinary costumes!”
Last week’s program was so awesome. Your instructors were so good with the kids that I assumed they must have had education backgrounds! They really explained the physics and robotics to the kids in terms they understood. The kids were totally captivating and the kids were over the moon, they had so much fun. One little boy cried when the program was over because he was so sad to leave!