For more information on the USA Science Festival, visit https://usasciencefestival.org/
Our amazing manager, Erin, from Kansas City, shows us how to build a LEGO Catapult today. If you are able to build a project at home, use the hashtag #playwellathome and tag us on social media.
Post your pictures with the #PlayWellAtHome
On our second Facebook Live, we feature Mike Spee, our Seattle Manager, who shows us how to overlap and make Minecraft projects.
Our amazing staffer, Erin, created a video to show you how to build a LEGO Suspension Bridge at your home with basic LEGO pieces. If you are able to build one, tag us on our social media using #playwellathome and we will feature your bridge to all of our Play-Well families through our Play-Well LIVE broadcast. Check out Play-Well LIVE every weekday at 10am PST/ 1pm EST on our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/PlayWellTEK/ Play-Well LIVE is a fun, interactive way to connect with other kids, learn about STEM and build cool LEGO projects. See you there!
Here is our first Facebook Live Lesson featuring our Senior Curriculum Designer, Ben Pfister. Ben shows off his shed and talks about how he sorts his LEGO.
We will be running Facebook Live LEGO-Inspired STEM Lessons Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 AM PST/1 PM EST.
For more information about Play-Well, visit play-well.org
“Love is like pi – natural, irrational, and very important.”
Happy PI Day from Play-Well!
In 2018, we started a collaboration with Maritime Aquarium, where we build sealife species out of LEGO, highlighting the different types of species that reside at Maritime. Hundreds of families joined us to build their this underwater world out of LEGO. We are back for the 3rd year and we want to build it even bigger.
If you’d like to join us this weekend, 3/7/20 – 3/8/20 at the Maritime Aquarium, find out the details here.
Earlier this year, we joined the Clippers in engaging kids in STEM at the Clippers SciFest (https://www.nba.com/clippers/scifest). We helped kids build the Clippers Logo out of LEGO and introduce kids to engineering concepts using LEGO.
With three of our Play-Well staff (Aaron, Corey, and Flynn) on the LEGO Masters show on three separate teams, we felt compelled to create reaction videos for each episode.
Here is our reaction to episode 3.
Click Here for more information on the TV Show: LEGO Masters
To check out Aaron’s breakdown of his LEGO Masters projects each week, check out his website here: Aaron Brick Designer
Our families have always asked us what goes into creating our Play-Well Curriculum, so we decided to answer it in this video.
For more information about Play-Well Camps, click here.