Workshops

Mini-Engineers LEGO® workshops are innovative and fun for your child and the entire family. Our workshops are one off and will usually be held on a weekend. The length of each workshop will vary depending on the activity. Our workshops will range from specialized build events for children to team building events for family and friends. Check back often as workshops will be added throughout the year! 

Parent/Child LEGO “Antarctica” Build Challenge

Age Group:
4 to 104 years
Notes:
Each child can bring one parent/adult. Each child will be grouped into teams of two. Let us know if there are certain friends/siblings that your child would like to be teamed with.
Calling all parents who have a secret love of building with LEGO – how would you like to spend some quality bonding time imagining and building the world’s least visited continent – Antarctica.  In this 2-hour challenge, you will need to build a base camp including a communication hub, supply shed and somewhere for the brave LEGO explorers and scientists to sleep and work.  Will your team be exploring the land and racing to the South Pole with dog sleds or are your researchers investigating the ferocious waters surrounding the Antarctic? To embark on your epic journey will you go by sled or by boat?  Watch out for icebergs and the local wildlife – be careful hungry penguins and leopard seals don’t raid your supplies!
 
Each pair will be grouped in a team of 4, to embark on their version of LEGO Antarctica using our Creative Theme Build Kit of over 4000 elements.  Teams will then have the opportunity to present their creations and to vote for their favourite one.   There is no age limit to being a mini-engineer, so grown-ups…grow down for the day!

Wimbledon – 5th January – 9:30
South Kensington – 5th January– 13:30
Hampstead – 6th January – 10:00
"I was impressed by the preparation that had gone into the course. Lego is obviously a winner, but combined with loads of stats on fast cars and with a competition at the end this was an effective way of firing the imagination of children that are not easy to impress. The instructors were well informed and there were enough of them to provide hands on advice to the budding engineers. Leo thoroughly enjoyed it!"

Edward D. (dad)
Our children, Ethan (7 years) and Arielle (5 years) immensely enjoyed the Mini-Engineer's workshop.  It was great fun for our children and for me it was fascinating to see great thought behind the activities.  Another great discovery for us was that our daughter also enjoyed the workshop.  Lego is not only for boys!   What a wonderful experience we had!   We are eager for more workshops and camps.  Thank you very much for Mini-Engineer's!!!! 

Sayuri C. (mum)
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