For the next twenty minutes the team will go around the different tables and ask the children what they are building and help them if they need anything. If they’re looking for a particular piece the team will then attempt to locate it or offer them an alternative piece. They might even build their own piece as well.
As they hit the halfway mark during the session I remind them of the theme and explain they are now halfway through. We also encourage them to take a couple of minutes to have a drink of water and a healthy snack to assist with their brain function and concentration.
At ten minutes to finish everyone has to stop what they are doing and starting cleaning up the extra pieces. The team will then explain to your children that they SHOULD NOT break apart what they built, but everything else needs to go back into the buckets. This then allows our staff to take images of the work at the end once the children have left and these will be ready for the next class.
In the final five minutes the team will quickly announce the programs coming up, remind people about the next Lego Club and allow the childrento share, race the cars, or any other crazy thing they came up with to make it more interesting. During this share time, the team and parents have the opportunity to hear the creators talk about their projects.