LEGO. Everyone knows what it is. At this year’s Slow Festival (14-16 April), all kids (from 6 to 96yrs!) can experience the forgotten days of immersing oneself in timeless LEGO creativity while building electric models that work!
Workshops will be hosted by Young Engineers Garden Route, who teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths concepts in the best way they know how, through Edutainment! E2 = Education to the power of entertainment!
Sessions kick off with a 10 minute basic theory lesson on the mechanics before the kids get stuck in, following the design and producing fascinating models with which they can play, enhancing them as they wish. It’s a one-hour session, but students can’t get enough!
LEGO IS EDUCATIONAL FUN
If you’re 6 or older and are tired of virtual reality and screen time, come and get lost in some satisfying building creativity! You could be building a Ferris wheel, a cable car, a washing machine or a balloon car, and you’ll get to learn how and why they work! Everyone loves it, which must explain Young Engineers’ rapid growth through the Garden Route since its recent inception.
Find them on the festival grounds on the Village Green, Friday 14th April from 2pm to 5pm, and Saturday 15th from 10am to 1pm, and 2pm to 5pm.
To book your child for a 1-hour session, or for more information, contact Jacqui on 083 307 4946.