Excited About Take Your Kids To Work Day

For the past 10 years, we have infused more play into Fortune 500 Companies Take Your Kids To Work Day. We have run our LEGO-Inspired STEM Play Activations for companies around the country, giving kids a chance to experience a fun-filled day at their parents’ job.

We just created this new Take Your Kids To Work Day Video that we are excited to share.

Let us help you bring more fun to your next Take Your Kids To Work Day or Corporate Family Day. Request for more information here.

Play-Well Adventure at Adobe

We were lucky enough to participate again in Adobe’s Field Trip for their families at their Utah, Seattle, and San Jose office.  There were dinosaurs, Hula dancers, gliders, clowns, and of course, we brought the LEGO.  Hopefully, we were able to inspire some future engineers in the process.

Adobe – Lehi, UT

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Our booth is ready for people. We usually refer to the name though as LEGO.

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Even a dinosaur had to stop by our booth at one point to check out what was happening.

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Our jousting battles were in full swing. Some kids had returned from last year just to participate.

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We made the Adobe logo out of LEGO. 3 ft. by 3 ft. We used it as the starting point for our Adobe campus.

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One of our first additions to the Adobe Campus.

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The campus is coming along. People keep adding their office to the mix.

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Of course we were also racing cars.

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The campus is nearly complete.

Adobe – Seattle

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At the Seattle office of Adobe, we built LEGO right under the bridge.

 

Adobe – San Jose, CA

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For Adobe Field Trip in San Jose, we built the frame of an Adobe sign and kids finished the build.

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We even brought a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge in LEGO.

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We built a LEGO Minecraft world to go with the Adobe Sign.

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The Adobe sign is complete. Thanks for having us!

 

Playing Well with Amazon.com!

We are having so much fun today at Amazon’s Summer Picnic event at CenturyLink Field. We got our LEGO booth rocking and rolling. Never thought we’d ever be playing with LEGO at the stadium of the Super Bowl Winners, Seattle Seahawks. Feeling extremely appreciative.

 

IMG_4752 IMG_5379 IMG_6396 IMG_8427If you’d like us to come to your Bring Your Kid To Work Day, simply fill out a request for here.

 

Building Future Engineers at Adobe Systems

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We are ready for all the future engineers at Adobe in Lehi, UT.

 

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We take kids of all ages at these events. These two competitive Adobe employees are getting ready to battle with jousting monorails in this all-out engineering challenge.

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We even got our own sign for the event at the Adobe Bring Your Kids To Work Day in San Jose, CA.

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We built the Adobe campus out of LEGO, including a waterway and motorized spinning satellites.

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Based on a request, we even created an Adobe Private Jet to land in our Adobe City.

If you are interested in us participating in your Bring Your Kids To Work Day Event, email Jeff at jeff@play-well.org.  Also, check out our Amazon.com Bring Your Kids To Work Day Event here.

Playing Well At Accenture, Oracle, and K12

At Accenture, we were asked us to show some of the employees’ children what it would be like to be a engineering consultant.  We provided these future consultants an engineering dilemma, various mechanisms to figure it out, and let them break up in teams and go to work.  The results were these mini-engineering consultants came up with a brand new invention.  A vehicle that could traverse across three separate types of terrain, ground, rail, and air.

The challenge was creating a vehicle that could traverse over three terrains. Ground, track, and through the air. These young engineering consultants accomplished their task in less than 1.5 hours.

These future engineering consultants accomplished their task in less than 1.5 hours.

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We provide a interactive LEGO area for kids during Oracle Kid’s Day. Kids built motorized LEGO projects, as well as architectural ones.

Many engineers brought their kids to the National Building Museum for our LEGO architecture workshop. There, we built a 21ft. tall tower with students, while showing them basic building techniques we use in our architectural projects.

At K12.com‘s Bring Your Kids To Work Day this year, students built a 10ft Tall LEGO Tower. Then, we tested it.